Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 1, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “GOP Donors Are Hobnobbing in Person Again; Dems Are Sticking to Zoom” by Theodoric Meyer and Susannah Luthi for Politico

Missouri: “Former Missouri House Representative Gets 21 Months in Prison for Misusing Campaign Funds” by Robert Patrick for St. Louis Post-Dispatch


National: “Court Voids Trump Campaign’s Non-Disclosure Agreement” by Josh Gerstein for Politico

National: “Ethics Upholds Gohmert’s $5,000 Metal Detector Fine” by Cristina Marcos for The Hill

Hawaii: “Five Honolulu Planning Department Employees Indicted for Bribery” by Christina Jedra for Honolulu Civil Beat

Kentucky: “KY Legislature Passes Last-Minute Bill That Shields Information of Public Officials” by Daniel Desrochers (Lexington Herald-Leader) for MSN

Missouri: “For Sexual Assault Survivors, Greitens’ Return Can Mean Fresh Trauma, Experts Say” by Bryan Lowry and Jeanne Kuang for

New York: “As Cuomo Sought $4 Million Book Deal, Aides Hid Damaging Death Toll” by Jesse McKinley, Danny Hakim, and Alexandra Alter for New York Times


National: “Business Groups Rethinking Value of In-Person Lobbying” by Alex Gangitano for The Hill

Illinois: “Former State Sen. Annazette Collins Indicted on Federal Tax Charges Stemming from Her Lobbying Income” by Jason Meisner and Ray Long (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

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