Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 11, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “The Big Business of Online Politics: Buying your email address” by Elena Schneider for Politico

National: “Trump’s Political Operation Paid More Than $3.5 Million to Jan. 6 Organizers” by Anna Massoglia for Center for Responsive Politics

California: “Lyft Could Pay About $3,000 for Failing to Disclose That It Paid for Some Ads in Its $48 Million Prop 22 Campaign” by Katie Canales (Business Insider) for MSN

Tennessee: “FBI Raid No Excuse for Not Filing Campaign Reports, Regulators Say” by Phil Williams for WTVF

Elections

Georgia: “Georgia Prosecutors Open Criminal Investigation into Trump’s Efforts to Subvert Election Results” by Amy Gardner (Washington Post) for MSN

Ethics

Maryland: “Baltimore Officials Release Report on Prosecutor’s Travel” by Staff for Associated Press News

Lobbying

National: “Trump Broke Them. Now the Pandemic Is Bringing Them Together.” by Stephanie Murray for Politico

Maryland: “Advance Registration Required for Testifying at Legislature” by Audrey Decker (Capital News Service) for Associated Press News

Nevada: “Lobbyists Alter Methods of Approach at Hushed Nevada Session” by John Sadler for Las Vegas Sun

Washington DC: “K Street, Political Parents Channel Advocacy into Reopening Schools” by Kate Ackley (Roll Call) for MSN

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