Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 15, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “California Politicians Owe $2 Million in Campaign Fines, Don’t Get Punished” by Laurel Rosenhall for CalMatters

Ohio: “Shontel Brown Approved Major Contract, Then Contractor Backed Her Campaign” by Matthew Cunningham-Cook and Sam Allard for The Intercept


Washington DC: “How White Fears of ‘Negro Domination’ Kept D.C. Disenfranchised for Decades” by Meagan Flynn for Washington Post


National: “Top Bidder for Tribune Newspapers Is an Influential Liberal Donor” by Kenneth Vogel and Katie Benner for New York Times

National: “Capitol Police Told to Hold Back on Riot Response on Jan. 6, Report Finds” by Luke Broadwater for New York Times

Florida: “Records Show Former Florida Tax Collector Joel Greenberg Doled Out Contracts to Politicians, Strategists Tied to Figures in State’s Political Scandals” by Jason Garcia and Annie Martin (Orlando Sentinel) for MSN

Missouri: “Missouri GOP State Lawmaker Rick Roeber Resigns Amid Allegations He Abused His Children” by Austin Huguelet (Springfield News-Leader) for Yahoo News

New York: “Cuomo, Top Aides Worked on COVID Book Alongside Publisher’s Reps at Executive Mansion” by Jon Campbell and Joseph Spector (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) for MSN

Utah: “Utah Lawyer Calls State Bar Membership Unconstitutional” by Amanda Pampuro for Courthouse News Service


New York: “Andrew Yang’s Mayoral Campaign Is Being Run by a Lobbying Firm” by Jeff Colton for City & State New York

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