Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 28, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Alaska: “After Federal Court Action, Alaska Prepares to Remove Most Restrictions on Campaign Contributions” by James Brooks for Anchorage Daily News

Ohio: “Bankruptcy Court Overseeing Energy Harbor Case Didn’t Pre-Approve $500K Political Donation” by Laura Bischoff (Columbus Dispatch) for MSN


Florida: “Florida Senate ‘Ghost’ Candidate Alex Rodriguez Faces Potential $20,000 Ethics Fine” by Mark Harper (Daytona Beach Journal) for MSN

New Jersey: “An Oath Keeper Was at the Capitol Riot. On Tuesday, He’s on the Ballot.” by Tracy Tully for New York Times

Virginia: “An Army of Poll Watchers – Many Driven by GOP’s ‘Election Integrity’ Push – Turns Out Across Virginia” by Meagan Flynn and Shawn Boburg (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Five Points for Anger, One for a ‘Like’: How Facebook’s formula fostered rage and misinformation” by Jeremy Merrill and Will Oremus (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “‘Threats of Violence’: School boards curb public comments to calm raucous meetings” by Andrew Atterbury and Juan Perez Jr. (Politico) for MSN

Michigan: “Feds Charge Detroit Cops in Towing Scandal as Corruption Probe Widens” by Robert Snell and George Hunter for Detroit News

Ohio: “Cincinnati City Council Approves Anti-Corruption Reforms” by Jennifer Edwards Baker for WXIX


Connecticut: “Former State Rep. DiMassa Allegedly Billed West Haven $100K for Lobbying the City ‘Wouldn’t Need,’ Documents Show” by Mark Zaretsky (New Haven Register) for Stamford Advocate

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