Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 24, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

New York: “Council Hears Campaign Finance Bills to Enhance Low-Dollar Impact, Limit Criminals, Curb Conflicts” by Noah Berman for Gotham Gazette


National: “Biden’s Ties to Segregationist Senator Spark Campaign Tension” by Matt Viser and Annie Linskey (Washington Post) for San Francisco Chronicle

California: “A Million Independent Voters Risk Being Irrelevant in California’s Presidential Primary” by Ben Christopher for CALmatters


National: “When Trump Visits His Clubs, Government Agencies and Republicans Pay to Be Where He Is” by David Fahrenthold, Josh Dawsey, Jonathan O’Connell, and Michelle Ye Hee Lee (Washington Post) for MSN

Alabama: “Roy Moore Running for Senate Despite Discouragement from GOP” by Kim Chandler and Alan Fram for AP News

Connecticut: “Connecticut’s Search for a New Ethics Watchdog” by Mark Pazniokas for Connecticut Mirror

Tennessee: “House Speaker Candidate’s Christian Magic Supply Business Is Not Registered with the State” by Joel Ebert and Natalie Allison for The Tennessean

Washington DC: “Federal Agents Search Georgetown Home of D.C. Council Member Jack Evans” by Peter Jamison, Peter Hermann, Spencer Hsu, and Fenit Nirappil for Washington Post

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