Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 12, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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New Jersey: “Birdsall Exec Convicted in High-Profile Pay-to-Play Scheme Loses Professional Licenses” by Samantha Marcus (NJ Advance Media) for Newark Star Ledger

South Dakota: “Noem’s Pitch to Aid Trump Seems to Benefit Own Campaign Fund” by Stephen Groves for Associated Press News

Washington: “Appeals Court Upholds $18 Million Fine Against Grocery Industry Group for Violating Washington Campaign Law” by Jim Brunner for Seattle Times


National: “‘Stop the Steal’ Supporters, Restrained by Facebook, Turn to Parler to Peddle False Election Claims” by Elizabeth Dwoskin and Rachel Lerman for Washington Post

National: “Harris’ Husband, Doug Emhoff, Poised to Break Stereotypes” by Kathleen Roynane for Associated Press News

Texas: “Texas’ Patrick Offers Reward as Trump Makes Unfounded Claims” by Paul Weber for Associated Press News


National: “Growing Discomfort at Law Firms Representing Trump in Election Lawsuits” by Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Rachel Abrams, and David Enrich for New York Times

Illinois: “Election Fraud Allegations from 2016 Heard in Appellate Court as Federal Probe Swirls Around Democratic Boss Michael Madigan” by Jason Meisner (Chicago Tribune) for Yahoo News

New York: “After Cuomo Book Approval, Rancor and Rebuke at Ethics Agency” by Chris Bragg (Albany Times Union) for Alton Telegraph

Oklahoma: “Government Bodies to Resume In-Person Meetings, Spurring Coronavirus Concerns” by Carmen Forman for The Oklahoman

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