Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 4, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Gun Control Group Alleges Campaign Finance Violations in Lawsuit Against NRA” by Mychael Schnell (The Hill) for MSN

National: “Trump Campaign Payments for ‘Command Centers’ at D.C. Hotels Could Undermine Executive Privilege Claim in Jan. 6 Investigation” by Jacqueline Alemany, Josh Dawsey, Emma Brown, and Tom Hamburger (Washington Post) for MSN

Alaska: “After Federal Court Ruling, Alaska Campaign Regulators Propose Higher Donation Limits” by James Brooks for Anchorage Daily News


National: “At Least Seven Jan. 6 Rallygoers Won Public Office on Election Day” by Amy Wang and Mariana Alfaro (Washington Post) for MSN

Massachusetts: “Michelle Wu Makes History as First Person of Color and Woman to Be Elected Boston Mayor” by Joanna Slater and Adela Suliman (Washington Post) for MSN

New Jersey: “N.J. Governor’s Race Fallout Could Claim Senate President Sweeney as Democrats Trail Key Legislative Races” by Amanda Hoover and Brent Johnson (NJ Advance Media) for MSN


Illinois: “Ex-State Rep. Luis Arroyo Pleads Guilty in Bribery Case Tied to Sweepstakes Machines” by Jason Meisner and Ray Long (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Delaware: “Can Delaware Lawmakers Legally Oust an Indicted State Auditor? State Law Isn’t Clear” by Mark Eichman for WHYY


National: “Lobbying Firms Connected to Biden White House Are Flourishing Under New Administration” by Soo Rin Kim (ABC News) for Yahoo News


California: “How Local Independent Commissions Are Changing California Redistricting” by Sameea Kamal for CalMatters

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