Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 15, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “Former County Clerk-Recorder, State Assemblyman Canciamilla Pleads Guilty to Campaign Finance Theft, Perjury Charges” by Bay City News Service for


Arizona: “Fann Says Audit Team, Maricopa County Have Different Ballot Totals” by Jeremy Duda for Arizona Mirror


National: “Trump Justice Dept. Effort to Learn Source of Leaks for Post Stories Came in Barr’s Final Days as AG, Court Documents Show” by Devlin Barrett and Spencer Hsu (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “Naples Ethics Commission to Self-Start Investigations Based on Informal Complaints” by Omar Rodriguez Ortiz (Naples Daily News) for MSN

Illinois: “‘Paper Tiger’: Illinois’ legislative watchdog resigns citing lack of ethics reform” by Hannah Meisel for NPR Illinois

New York: “‘We All Wait with Bated Breath’: Secretive Cuomo inquiry leaves New York politics in limbo” by Anna Gronewold (Politico) for MSN

Washington: “City Denies Wrongdoing Alleged in Public Records Lawsuit, Countersues The Seattle Times” by Lewis Kamb for Seattle Times

Legislative Issues

Montana: “Montana Justices Say Lawmakers Overstepped in Seeking Emails” by Mary Beth Hanson (Associated Press) for MSN


National: “Exxon Lobbyists Paid the 6 Democrats Named in Sting Video Nearly $333,000” by Alexander Kaufman for HuffPost

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