Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 30, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Arkansas: “Arkansas Asks Panel to Toss Challenge to Campaign-Finance Law” by Joe Harris for Courthouse News Service

Colorado: “Recall Polis Group Gives $11,000 in Gifts to Staffers” by Anna Staver for Denver Post

Oregon: “Oregon Campaign Finance Watchdog Will Seek to Beef Up Enforcement” by Mike Rogoway and Rob Davis for Portland Oregonian


New York: “This Politician Lives in His Mom’s Basement and He’s Campaigning on It” by Susan Novick (New York Times) for ENM News


National: “Whistleblower Painstakingly Gathered Material and Almost Single-Handedly Set Impeachment in Motion” by Greg Milelr (Washington Post) for Anchorage Daily News

Florida: “Mayor Dailey Tears into Independent Ethics Board, Balks at Proposed Ethics Code Overhaul” by Jeff Burlew for Tallahassee Democrat

Rhode Island: “R.I. Ethics Commission Head Suggests Lightening Rules for Public Officials” by Katherine Gregg for Providence Journal

Washington DC: “Metro Board Adopts Revised Ethics Policy in Wake of Evans Scandal” by Justin George for Washington Post

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