Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 25, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Colorado: “In Record Year for Colorado Campaign Finance Complaints, Republicans Cry Foul Over Enforcement” by Sandra Fish for Colorado Sun

Ohio: “Nursing Home Association Gave $135,000 to Dark Money Group Indicted in Ohio Bribery Case” by Jake Zuckerman (Ohio Capital Journal) for MSN

Ethics

National: “HUD Secretary May Have Violated Ethics Law by Championing Democrats in Ohio Senate Race at White House” by Tyler Pager (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Several of Biden’s Top White House Aides Aren’t Required to Disclose Personal Finances” by Soo Rin Kim and Libby Cathy (ABC News) for Yahoo News

Maryland: “Complaints Filed About Maryland Lawmaker Who Tuned into Legislative Meetings from the Operating Room” by Pamela Wood (Baltimore Sun) for MSN

Montana: “Montana’s Governor Broke Rules to Kill a Yellowstone Wolf. A State Agency Gave Him a Warning.” by Erin Snodgrass (Business Insider) for Yahoo News

New York: “Andrew Cuomo’s Family Members Were Given Special Access to Covid Testing, According to People Familiar with the Arrangement” by Josh Dawsey, Amy Brittain, and Sarah Ellison (Washington Post) for MSN

Lobbying

National: “Lobbyists See Biden’s Infrastructure Package as Windfall” by Alex Gangitano for The Hill

Canada: “Former Ambassador MacNaughton Did Not Violate Lobbying Act: Commissioner” by Canadian Press for Yahoo News

Hawaii: “The Hawaii Capitol Is Closed to The Public, But Some Lobbyists Still Have Entrée” by Blaze Lovell for Honolulu Civil Beat

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