Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 14, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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New York: “Mayor de Blasio’s $1 Million Bill: He owes lawyers, lobbyists and taxpayers” by Greg Smith for The City

Rhode Island: “Vote Postponed on Proposal to Shield ‘Maybe’ Candidates from Having to Report Finances” by Katherine Gregg (Providence Journal) for MSN


Georgia: “Judge Dismisses Fulton County Ballot Review Case in Georgia” by Kate Brumback (Associated Press) for MSN


California: “L.A. Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas and Ex-USC Dean Indicted on Bribery Charges” by Michael Finnegan, Matt Hamilton, and Harriet Ryan (Los Angeles Times) for MSN

Illinois: “Ex-CEO Pleads Guilty to Bribery Tied to Dorothy Brown’s Women’s History Month Program” by Jon Sedel for Chicago Sun-Times

Pennsylvania: “Pa. Lawmakers Hand Out Millions in Public Contracts to Law Firms That Fill Their Campaign Coffers” by Sam Janesch (The Caucus) and Angela Couloumbis for Spotlight PA


Colorado: “Colorado Secretary of State to Pursue Redistricting Lobbying Complaint Against GOP in Court” by Evan Wyloge for Denver Gazette

Ohio: “Law-Firm Lobbyists Tell Federal Judge Details of Their Big Role in Passing Scandal-Tainted House Bill 6 Nuclear Bailout” by Jeremy Pelzer (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “Pa. Republicans Unveil Lobbying Reform Package to Address ‘Most Pressing Loopholes’ in Law” by Marley Parish for Pennsylvania Capital-Journal

Virginia: “Lobbyists in Virginia Don’t Have to Report How Much They Actually Earn” by Patrick Wilson (Richmond Times-Dispatch) for Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star

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