Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 6, 2024  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Candidates for Federal Office Can Raise Unlimited Funds for Ballot Measures” by Maggie Haberman (New York Times) for DNyuz

Hawaii: “Lessons For Hawaii: Other states have strong pay-to-play laws” by Blaze Lovell for Honolulu Civil Beat

National: “Major Corporations Reluctant to Make a Splash at the 2024 Political Conventions” by Amanda Terkel and Brian Schwartz (CNBC), and Natasha Korecki (NBC) for MSN


Washington DC: “D.C. Court Temporarily Suspends Trump Lawyer John Eastman’s Law License” by Maegan Vazquez (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Rep. Henry Cuellar Accused of Taking Bribes from Azerbaijan, Mexican Bank” by Perry Stein and Marianna Sotomayor (Washington Post) for MSN

North Dakota: “Jury Finds Rep. Dockter Guilty of Misdemeanor Conflict-of-Interest Charge” by Mary Steurer for North Dakota Monitor

Oregon: “Oregon Gov. Tina Kotek Apologizes, Walks Back Plan to Expand her Wife’s Role in Administration” by Dirk VanderHart and Lauren Drake for OPB

Pennsylvania: “Group That Doesn’t Disclose Its Donors Paid $12K for Shapiro to Attend Phillies Games, Other Sporting Events” by Stephen Caruso and Angela Couloumbis for Spotlight PA

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