Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 7, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Florida: “Judge Revives Lawsuit Against Secretive Group That Paid for Ads in High-Stakes Senate Race” by Jason Garcia and Annie Martin for Orlando Sentinel

Maryland: “Baltimore County Issues Final Recommendations for Fair Public Election System in New Report” by Emily Goodnight (Baltimore Sun) for MSN


National: “Why Democrats See 3 Governor’s Races as a Sea Wall for Fair Elections” by Reid Epstein and Nick Corasaniti for New York Times


National: “Special Report – How AT&T Helped Build Far-Right One America News” by John Shiffman (Reuters) for MSN

Idaho: “In Idaho, a Power Play While the Governor’s Away” by Associated Press for MSN

Ohio: “Ohio’s Medicaid Director Owns the Stock of Some Major Contractors, but Won’t Say How Much” by Marty Schladen for Ohio Capital Journal


National: “Lawmakers Seek Details on Accounting Firms After a New York Times Report” by Jesse Drucker for New York Times

New Mexico: “Free Lunches Earn Business Access to New Mexico Lawmakers” by Cedar Attanasio (Associated Press) for MSN

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