Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 30, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “FEC Debates Deadlocks and Dismissals” by Keith Newell for Investigative Reporting Workshop


National: “There Are Just 9 Women Governors. Both Parties Want Change.” by Liz Crampton (Politico) for Yahoo News


National: “Fallout Begins for Far-Right Trolls Who Trusted Epik to Keep Their Identities Secret” by Drew Harwell, Hannah Allam, Jeremy Merrill, and Craig Timberg (Washington Post) for Seattle Times

California: “California Treasurer Sued for Harassment Often Shared Overnight Lodging with Staffers” by Sophia Bollag (Sacramento Bee) for MSN

Hawaii: “Years Before Indictments, Honolulu Permitting Department Was Warned About Corrupt Culture” by Christina Jedra for Honolulu Civil Beat

Maryland: “Baltimore’s Revamped Ethics Board Says It’s Ready to Provide Guidance to City Employees” by Emily Opilo for Baltimore Sun

Michigan: “Detroit Councilman Andre Spivey Admits He Took Bribes for Help with Towing” by Joe Guillen (Detroit Free Press) for MSN

New Hampshire: “NH Supreme Court Asked to Define Governor’s Executive Privilege” by Kevin Landrigan (Manchester Union Leader) for MSN


California: “Between the Lines: Hidden partisans try to influence California’s independent redistricting” by Ben Christopher and Sameea Kamal (CalMatters) for MSN

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