Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 10, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Senate Restores FEC as Agency Confronts Massive Backlog of Cases” by Karl Evers-Hillstrom for Center for Responsive Politics

Pennsylvania: “Firm Ran Pa. Senator’s Campaign and Worked with Super PAC to Attack Opponent, but Denies Coordination” by Sam Janesch (The Caucus) and Angela Couloumbis for Spotlight PA

Tennessee: “Rutherford Mayor Bill Ketron Faces Audit Hearings on Campaign Finance Violation Accusations” by Scott Broden (Murfreesboro Daily News Journal) for MSN


National: “Supreme Court Denies Trump Allies’ Bid to Overturn Pennsylvania Election Results” by Robert Barnes and Elise Viebeck (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “Lawsuit Seeks to Halt Debut of Ranked-Choice Voting in New York” by Dana Rubinstein and Jeffrey Mays for New York Times


National: “Biden’s Choice for Pentagon Faces Questions on Ties to Contractors” by Eric Lipton, Kenneth Vogel, and Michael LaForgia for New York Times

Alaska: “FBI Questions Alaska Lawmakers on Topics Including Permanent Fund Dividend Votes” by James Brooks for Anchorage Daily News

California: “L.A.’s Ethics Commission Gets a New Boss: A 29-year employee of the watchdog agency” by Dakota Smith (Los Angeles Times) for Yahoo News

Texas: “California-Based Independent Voter Project Hosts Trip to Hawaii for State Legislators, Raising Ethics Filing Probe” by Bethany Blankley for The Center Square


Europe: “EU Lobby Register Falls Short of Transparency Demands” by Cristina Gonzalez for Politico

California: “L.A. Fines Former City Official, Company $45,000 for Lobbying Violations” by Staff for

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