Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 17, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Rhode Island: “R.I. Political Operative Jeff Britt Cleared of Charges in Money Laundering Trial” by Edward Fitzpatrick and Dan McGowan (Boston Globe) for MSN

Washington DC: “In First D.C. Election with Public Financing, Candidates and Donors Bumped Up Against Rules” by Julie Zauzmer and Michael Brice-Saddler for Washington Post

Elections

Florida: “Mar-a-Lago Neighbors to Trump: Spend your post-presidency elsewhere” by Manuel Roig-Franzia and Carol Leonnig (Washington Post) for MSN

Ethics

National: “U.S. SEC Relaxes Rules on Company ‘Resource Extraction’ Disclosures” by Katanga Johnson for Reuters

Illinois: “Ethics Board Fines Ald. Brookins $5,000 For Violating Ethics Ordinance” by Heather Cherone for WTTW

New York: “Judge Orders Trump Organization to Give More Records to N.Y. Attorney General” by Shayna Jacobs (Washington Post) for MSN

Ohio: “Councilwoman Sundermann Proposes Charter Amendment, Says ‘We Must Rebuild Trust in Our City Government.’” by Sharon Coolidge (Cincinnati Enquirer) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Texas: “Limited Capacity at Texas Capitol During 2021 Session Raises Transparency Concerns” by Maggie Glynn for KTAB

Lobbying

National: “Judges May Reinstate Foreign Agent Case Against Flynn Partner” by Josh Gerstein for Politico

Florida: “Ethics Board Lobbying Ordinances Taking Shape Aim to Close Loopholes at Tallahassee City Hall” by Karl Etters for Tallahassee Democrat

Wisconsin: “Path from Legislature to Lobbyist Well Traveled” by Steven Walters (WisconsinEye) for Beloit Daily News

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