Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 25, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Activist Shareholders Pressing Companies to Disclose More of Their Political Activity after Capitol Attack” by Tory Newmyer for Washington Post

National: “Former Congressman Rivera Fined $456,000 for Propping Up a Ringer Candidate” by Alex Daugherty (Miami Herald) for McClatchy

Florida: “Local Players Retain Influence Under St. Petersburg’s Campaign Finance Rules” by Josh Solomon (Tampa Bay Times) for MSN

Massachusetts: “Ex-Lawmaker Pleads Guilty to Illegal Use of Campaign Funds” by Staff for Associated Press News

Virginia: “Senate Spikes Bill to Rein in Personal Use of Campaign Cash” by Sarah Rankin for Associated Press News


National: “Election Officials Defended the 2020 Vote. In 2022, They’ll Have to Defend Themselves.” by Zach Montellaro for Politico

Pennsylvania: “Voters May Never Again Get to Choose Pa.’s Lieutenant Governor Candidates” by Cynthia Fernandez (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN


Michigan: “Elected Officials in Michigan Would Disclose Financial Records in New House Bill” by Samuel Dodge for

New York: “Former Aide Says Cuomo Kissed Her, Suggested Strip Poker” by Marina Villeneuve for Associated Press News

South Carolina: “Can SC School Board Member Still Have Say in $23M Project? What Ethics Commission Says” by Bristow Marchant (The State) for MSN

Legislative Issues

National: “Why State Legislatures Are Still Very White – and Very Male” by Renuka Rayasam, Nolan McCaskill, Beatrice Jin, and Allan James Vestal for Politico

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