Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 24, 2024  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Alaska: “Judge Upholds Fines Levied Against Ranked Choice Opponents for Campaign Finance Violations” by Iris Samuels for Anchorage Daily News

Maryland: “Former Pr. George’s Councilman Mel Franklin Charged with Embezzlement” by Katie Mettler, Latesha Beachum, and Jasmine Hulton (Washington Post) for MSN

North Carolina: “North Carolina Governor Vetoes Masks Bill Largely Because of Provision About Campaign Finance” by Makiya Seminera (Associated Press) for MSN


Nevada: “Nevada Judge Dismisses Case Against Trump Electors, Citing Jurisdiction” by Nicole Markus and Patrick Marley (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Judge in Trump Documents Case Rejected Suggestions to Step Aside” by Charlie Savage amd Alan Feuer (New York Times) for Yahoo News

Florida: “Government Watchdogs Will Lose Some Ethics Oversight Powers Under Bill DeSantis Signed” by Ana Ceballos (Miami Herald) for MSN

National: “Robert Winnett Will Not Join Washington Post as Top Editor” by Benjamin Mullin and Katie Robertson (New York Times) for MSN

Texas: “U.S. Supreme Court Sides with Texas Woman Who Claims She Was Arrested Out of Political Retribution” by Isaac Yu (Texas Tribune) for MSN

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