Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 18, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Now You Can Opt Out of Seeing Political Ads on Facebook” by Mike Isaac for New York Times

New Jersey: “Candidates Would Not Be Able to Use Campaign Cash to Settle Sexual Harassment Claims Under Bill” by Samantha Marcus (NJ Advance Media) for Newark Star Ledger


National: “New Generation of Activists, Deeply Skeptical of Democratic Party, Resists Calls to Channel Energy into the 2020 Campaign” by Cleve Wootson Jr. (Washington Post) for MSN

Iowa: “Kim Reynolds Confirms She Will Sign Felon Voting Rights Executive Order” by Stephen Miller-Gruber and Ian Richardson for Des Moines Register

Nebraska: “Nebraska Democrats Renounce Their Senate Pick Over Comments” by Grant Schulte for AP News

North Dakota: “Judge Nixes North Dakota Group’s Call for Online Signatures” by Staff for AP News

Texas: “Texas Democrats Ask U.S. Supreme Court to Weigh in on Voting by Mail” by Alexa Ura for Texas Tribune


National: “Senate Ethics Panel Dismisses Insider-Trading Inquiry into Sen. Loeffler” by Colby Itkowitz for Washington Post

National: “Justice Department Asks Court to Order Bolton to Stop the Release of His Book” by Tom Hamburger and Josh Dawsey for Washington Post

Maryland: “Payments by Auto Insurer for Former Baltimore Mayor Pugh Were Illegal, State Review Finds” by Meredith Cohn for Baltimore Sun

Washington: “Ethics Complaint Dismissed Against Kennewick Mayor. Should Ethics Code Cover Personal Life?” by Annette Cary for The Tri-City Herald

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