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June 10, 2024  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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North Carolina: “NC Senate Democrats Walk Out Before Vote on Surprise Bill That Could Benefit GOP Candidates” by Dawn Baumgartner Vaughan and Avi Bajpai (Raleigh News & Observer) for MSN


National: “The AI Election Is Here. Regulators Can’t Decide Whose Problem It Is.” by Cristiano Lima-Strong and Eva Dou (Washington Post) for MSN


California: “Effort to Strengthen Ethics Panel Moves Toward Full San Diego City Council Vote” by Jeff McDonald (San Diego Union-Tribune) for MSN

National: “Justice Thomas Discloses Two 2019 Trips Paid for by Harlan Crow” by Ann Marimow, Justin Jouvenal, and Tobi Raji (Washington Post) for MSN

Kentucky: “Louisville Continues to Spend Less on Ethics Enforcement Than Similar Cities” by Roberto Roldan (Louisville Public Media) for MSN

Missouri: “Missouri Ethics Commission Finally Has a Quorum – but Still Can’t Meet or Take Action” by Jason Hancock (Missouri Independent) for Yahoo News

Texas: “This Catholic Leader Shelters Migrants. Texas Says He Runs ‘Stash Houses.'” by Arelis Hernández (Washington Post) for MSN


Illinois: “Aldermen Advance Ethics Reforms at Center of Tiff Between Johnson Ally and Mayor’s Office” by Alice Yin (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

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