Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 16, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

New Mexico: “New Mexico Group ‘Cowboys for Trump’ Ordered to Pay Fines, Register as Political Committee” by Russell Contreras for AP News


National: “Trump Replaces Campaign Manager as Polls Show Him Trailing Biden in Presidential Race” by Josh Dawsey and Michael Scherer (Washington Post) for MSN

Alabama: “Jeff Sessions Loses Runoff in Alabama as Trump Helps End Career of Key Supporter” by Paul Kane and Toluse Olorunnipa (Washington Post) for Anchorage Daily News

Texas: “Ronny Jackson, Ex-White House Doctor, Wins Texas House Runoff” by Annie Karni (New York Times) for MSN


National: “Chief of White House’s ‘Operation Warp Speed’ Vaccine Effort Can Keep Investing in Pharma Firms, Under IG Ruling” by Christopher Rowland (Washington Post) for Albany Times Union

National: “‘She Knows Better’: Ex-ethics chief Walter Shaub says Ivanka Trump broke rule by promoting Goya beans” by William Cummings and David Jackson for USA Today

Florida: “Florida Lawmaker’s Ties to NFL Robbery Case Sparks Investigation” by Meghan Bobrowsky for Tampa Bay Times

Kansas: “Kansas Freshman GOP Rep. Watkins Charged with 3 Felonies” by John Hanna for AP News

New York: “Probe Into De Blasio’s Old Charity Given Green Light by State Judge” by Bernadette Hogan and Carl Campanile for New York Post

New York: “Trump Raises New Objections to Subpoena Seeking His Tax Returns” by William Rashbaum and Benjamin Weiser for New York Times

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