Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 24, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “PAC Sues FEC for Dismissing Complaint Against Trump Campaign” by Samantha Hawkins for Courthouse News Service

National: “Whitehouse Bolsters Push to Shine Light on ‘Dark Money’ at Supreme Court” by Todd Ruger (Roll Call) for MSN

Alaska: “APOC Fines Former GOP Alaska Rep. Pruitt for ‘Widespread, Serious’ Campaign Finance Violations” by Nathaniel Herz for Alaska Public Media

Arizona: “State Senate Wants to Investigate If Social Media Platforms Are Violating Campaign Finance Laws” by Howard Fischer (Capitol Media Services) for Pinal Central


National: “States Across the Country Are Dropping Barriers to Voting, Widening a Stark Geographic Divide in Ballot Access” by Elise Viebeck (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “Top Florida Political Players Scrutinized in Artiles Case Ahead of August Trial” by Samantha Gross and Ana Ceballos for Miami Herald

New York: “Councilman Defeats Indicted Rochester Mayor in Dem. Primary” by Carolyn Thompson and Deepti Hajela (Associated Press) for Star Herald


Indiana: “2 More Plea Deals Reached in Muncie Corruption Case; Nichols Is Final Defendant” by Douglas Walker (Muncie Star Press) for MSN


Ohio: “Ohio Lobbyists Get Keycard Access to Capitol, State Buildings” by Jake Zuckerman for Ohio Capital Journal

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