Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 4, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Small Donors Ruled 2020; Will That Change Post-Trump?” by Krystal Hur for Center for Responsive Politics

Elections

Massachusetts: “Boston City Council Votes to Bypass Special Election for Mayor” by Staff for WBTS

Ethics

National: “Rep. Lauren Boebert’s Mileage Reimbursement ‘Raises Red Flags,’ Ethics Experts Say” by Jason Wingerter (Denver Post) for MSN

Florida: “Proud Boys and Black Lives Matter Activists Clashed in a Florida Suburb. Only One Side Was Charged.” by Tim Craig (Washington Post) for MSN

Missouri: “State Rep. Tricia Derges Indicted by Grand Jury, Accused of Faking Stem Cell Treatments” by Austin Huguelet (Springfield News-Leader) for MSN

New York: “Manhattan District Attorney Considering Prosecuting Stephen Bannon Following His Pardon by Trump in Federal Fraud Case” by Shayna Jacobs (Washington Post) for MSN

Ohio: “Ex-Columbus City Hall Lobbyist, Franklin County Authority Member John Raphael Agrees to Bribery Plea” by Bill Bush (Columbus Dispatch) for MSN

Oregon: “Oregon Lawmakers: Rep. Diego Hernandez created a hostile workplace” by Lauren Drake for OPB

Legislative Issues

National: “House Adopts Fines for Lawmakers Who Don’t Comply with Metal Detectors” by Cristina Marcos for The Hill

Lobbying

Vermont: “Peddle Power: In a remote democracy, lobbyists adapt to remain relevant” by Kevin McCallum for Seven Days

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