Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 19, 2018  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “The Biggest Spender of Political Ads on Facebook? President Trump” by Sheera Frenkel (New York Times) for CNBC

Idaho: “Lawmakers Work on Campaign Finance Reform Proposals, Want More Disclosure” by Betsy Russell for Idaho Press

North Carolina: “Report Ties NRA Money to Tillis Campaign Consultants Via Third Group” by Travis Fain for WRAL


California: “State Supreme Court Removes Measure to Split California into Three States from November Ballot” by Maura Dolan for Los Angeles Times


National: “Commerce Secretary Ross to Sell All Stocks After Ethics Office Warning” by Bill Allison for

Arizona: “Mistrial Declared in Bribery Case Involving Arizona Corporation Commission” by Michael Kiefer and Ryan Randazzo for Arizona Republic

Arizona: “Arizona Rep. Paul Mosley Accused of Inappropriate Comments Involving Women, Religion” by Rachel Leingang and Yvonne Winget Sanchez for Arizona Republic

California: “Supervisor Leticia Perez Criminally Charged in Connection with Conflict of Interest with the Marijuana Industry” by Jason Kotowski for Baskersfield Californian

Florida: “‘Look Right into My Soul,’ Michael Grieco Said. But He Was Lying, Ethics Board Alleges” by Nicholas Nehamas for Miami Herald

New York: “State Resources Went to Cuomo Campaign Effort, Records Show” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Rhode Island: “Ethics Commission to Put All State, Municipal Officials’ Financial Disclosures Online” by Katie Mulvaney for Providence Journal

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