Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 12, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Trump’s Opponents Want to Name His Big Donors. His Supporters Say It’s Harassment.” by Katie Rogers and Annie Karni (New York Times) for MSN

Michigan: “‘An Easy Sell’: Inman texts point to PAC dominance in Michigan politics” by Jonathan Oosting for Detroit News

Oregon: “The ACLU Helped Oregon Stay Awash in Campaign Cash. It’s Having Second Thoughts.” by Rob Davis for Portland Oregonian


National: “‘If You’re a Good Worker, Papers Don’t Matter’: How a Trump construction crew has relied on immigrants without legal status” by Joshua Partlow and David Fahrenthold for Washington Post

Indiana: “Inspector General OKs Casino Boss’s Private Flights for Gov. Eric Holcomb” by Tony Cook for Indianapolis Star

North Dakota: “Panel Picks Members of North Dakota Ethics Commission” by John Hageman for Grand Forks Herald

Texas: “Texas Democrats Sue Over Secret Meeting Between House Speaker Dennis Bonnen, Empower Texans CEO” by James Barragan for Dallas News

Washington DC: “D.C. Lawmaker Jack Evans Fined $20,000 in Ethics Case Involving Outside Work” by Fenit Nirappil for Washington Post

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