Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 7, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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California: “Opponent of Newsom Church Restrictions Identified as California Recall Donor” by Jeremy White for Politico

Oklahoma: “Ethics Commission Slaps Two Lobbyists with Hefty Financial Penalties” by Barbara Hoberock for Tulsa World


National: “Congress Affirms Biden’s Presidential Win Following Riot at U.S. Capitol” by Rosalind Helderman, Karoun Demirjian, Seung Min Kim, and Mike DeBonis (Washington Post) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “Pennsylvania Republicans Block Seating of Democratic State Senator, Take Control from Lieutenant Governor” by Hannah Knowles (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “‘Is This Really Happening?’: The siege of Congress, seen from the inside” by Staff for Politico

Florida: “City of Tallahassee and Former Ethics Officer Julie Meadows-Keefe Settle Lawsuit” by Karl Etters for Tallahassee Democrat

Illinois: “‘Ghost Payroll Scheme’ Earned CPS Tech $122K – While Doing No Work and Living in California, Watchdog Says” by Nader Issa for Chicago Sun-Times

New York: “Queens Senator Fined $15K for ‘Quid Pro Quo’ Trips from City Funds” by David Brand for Queens Eagle


Florida: “Lobbyists Reach Agreement with Ethics Commission Over Secret Trip to Atlanta” by Christopher Hong for Florida Times-Union

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