Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 11, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “They Raised Millions for Trump. Spent Barely Any of It on Him. Now They’re Indicted.” by Caitlin Oprisko (Politico) for Yahoo News

National: “Donors Threatened to Shun the GOP After Jan. 6. Now, Republicans Are Outraising Democrats.” by Josh Dawsey, Isaac Stanley-Becker, and Michael Scherer (Washington Post) for MSN

Missouri: “PACs Tied to Missouri Lobbyist Scramble to Account for Funds” by Jason Hancock (Missouri Independent) for Yahoo News


National: “Trump Loses Bid to Keep Jan. 6 Records from House Committee Investigating Riot” by Pete Williams for NBC News

National: “USC Gave Rep. Karen Bass a Full Scholarship Worth $95,000 While She Served in Congress” by Dakota Smith and Matt Hamilton (Los Angeles Times) for MSN

Florida: “J.T. Burnette Gets 3 Years in Federal Prison, $1.25M Fine in City Hall Public Corruption Case” by Jeff Burlew (Tallahassee Democrat) for Yahoo News

Texas: “Dallas Real Estate Developer Ruel Hamilton Sentenced To 8 Years in Prison For Bribing 2 Former City Council Members” by Staff for MSN

Virginia: “White Supremacists Find a New Platform to Spread Hate: A federal courtroom in Charlottesville” by Ellie Silverman (Washington Post) for MSN

Washington DC: “A D.C. Elected Official, Who Holds Office While Incarcerated, Was Almost Moved to Pennsylvania Prison” by Julie Zauzmer Weil (Washington Post) for MSN


Pennsylvania: “Pa. Lobbyists Disclose Some Financial Interests for First Time But Details Are ‘Very Nebulous’” by Sam Janesch (The Caucus) for Lancaster Online

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