Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 5, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

New Mexico: “Court Upholds Santa Fe Regulations on Campaign Disclosure” by Morgan Lee (Associated Press) for MSN

Texas: “Energy Industry Showers Gov. Greg Abbott, Other Texas Politicians with Campaign Cash after They Passed Power Grid Bills” by Mitchell Furman and Carla Astudillo for Texas Tribune

Wisconsin: “Democrats Introduce Bills That Would Overhaul Wisconsin Campaign Finance System” by Riley Vetterkind for Wisconsin State Journal


Illinois: “Ex-Illinois Governor Blagojevich, Granted Clemency by Trump, Sues for Right to Seek Elected Office Again” by Andrew Jeong (Washington Post) for MSN


California: “San Francisco’s Mayor Agrees to $23K Fine for Ethics Breach” by Associated Press for Yahoo News

Missouri: “Missouri Governor Pardons Gun-Waving St. Louis Lawyer Couple” by Jim Salter (Associated Press) for Yahoo News

Ohio: “Ken Johnson Found Guilty On 15 Counts in Federal Corruption Trial” by Matthew Richmond for WVIZ


National: “Prospect of Massive Economic Packages Unleashes Lobbying Bonanza in Washington” by Tony Romm and Yeganeh Torbati (Washington Post) for MSN

Missouri: “Just Before Parson Vetoed Missouri Emissions Bill, Staffer’s Spouse Hired by Testing Company” by Allison Kite (Missouri Independent) for Yahoo News

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