Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 25, 2018  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Rep. Kaniela Ing Fined $15,000 For Campaign Spending Violations” by Courtney Teague for Roll Call

Texas: “City Council Expands Campaign Disclosure Rules, Keeps Contribution Limits” by Iris Dimmick for Rivard Report


National: “Voting Machine Vendor Treated Election Officials to Trips to Vegas, Elsewhere” by Greg Gordon, Amy Renee Leiker (Wichita Eagle), Jamie Self (The State), and Stanley Dunlap (Macon Telegraph) for McClatchy DC

National: “New Pruitt Question: Where are his emails?” by Emily Holden for Politico

National: “National Enquirer Sent Stories About Trump to His Attorney Michael Cohen Before Publication, People Familiar with the Practice Say” by Sarah Ellison (Washington Post) for MSN

Michigan: “‘Shakedown Artist’ Dean Reynolds Guilty in Macomb Corruption Probe” by Christina Hall for Detroit Free Press

South Carolina: “Despite SC Corruption Probe, Ethics Reform Goes Nowhere in Statehouse” by Jamie Lovegrove for The State

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