Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 14, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “U.S. Supreme Court Takes Up Dispute Over California Nonprofit Donor Disclosure Requirement” by Lawrence Hurley for Reuters

Nevada: “Nevada Lawmaker Resigns Amid Campaign Finance Investigation” by Sam Metz for Associated Press News

Elections

National: “A Siege on the U.S. Capitol, a Strike Against Democracy Worldwide” by Anthony Faiola, Shibani Mahtani, and Isabelle Khurshudyan (Washington Post) for MSN

Ethics

National: “House Hands Trump a Second Impeachment, This Time with GOP Support” by Mike DeBonis and Paul Kane (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Backlash to Riot at Capitol Hobbles Trump’s Business as Banks, Partners Flee the Brand” by Josh Dawsey, David Fahrenthold, and Jonathan O’Connell (Washington Post) for MSN

Colorado: “Denver Mayor Hancock’s Office Still Exposed to Conflicts of Interest, Auditor Says” by Conrad Swanson for Denver Post

Michigan: “Michigan Plans to Charge Ex-Gov. Snyder in Flint Water Probe” by Ed White, David Egert, and Tammy Webber for Associated Press News

Legislative Issues

Illinois: “Michael Madigan’s Decadeslong Grip on Illinois Ends as House Democrats Set to Make Rep. Emanuel ‘Chris’ Welch State’s First Black Speaker” by Rick Pearson, Dan Petrella, and Jamie Munks (Chicago Tribune) for Yahoo News

Lobbying

National: “House Democrats Reintroduce Bill to Reduce Lobbyist Influence” by Alex Gangitano (The Hill) for MSN

Texas: “A Texas Lawmaker Worked with the State Restaurant Association to Draft an Alcohol-to-Go Bill. His Wife Lobbies for the Group.” by Mitchell Ferman and Juan Pablo Garnham for Texas Tribune

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