Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 29, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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California: “Calif. Task Force Recommends Public Archive for Digital Campaign Ads” by Jeff McDonald for San Diego Union Tribune

Missouri: “Missouri Ethics Commission Seeks $191,550 from Former Ferguson Lawmaker in Federal Prison” by Jack Suntrup for St. Louis Post-Dispatch


Florida: “Ex-Florida State Sen. Frank Artiles Worked Closely with Top GOP Consulting Firm During ‘Ghost’ Candidate Scheme, Documents Indicate” by Jason Garcia and Annie Martin (Orlando Sentinel) for MSN

Georgia: “Georgia Judge Dismisses Election Suit Against Fulton County but Allows Claim Against Individual Officials” by Amy Wang (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Justice Department Declines to Defend Rep. Mo Brooks Against Jan. 6 Incitement Lawsuit” by Kyle Cheney and Josh Gerstein (Politico) for MSN

National: “Democrats Broaden Probe of Trump-Era Meddling at CDC” by Dan Diamond (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “Trust at Issue as Miami-Dade Ethics Commission Takes Big Step Away from Transparency” by Francisco Alvarado for Florida Bulldog

Oregon: “Mike Nearman Pleads Guilty to Official Misconduct, Receives 18 Months Probation” by Connor Radnovich (Salem Statesman-Journal) for MSN


North Dakota: “North Dakota Ethics Commission OKs $10 Food/Drink Exception to Gift Rules” by Jack Dura for Bismarck Tribune

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