Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 16, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Democrats Introduce Bill to End Political Spending by Foreign-Owned Corporations” by Karl Evers-Hillstrom (The Hill) for MSN

Canada: “Judge Upholds Ontario Rules Limiting Third-Party Election Advertising Spending” by Paola Loriggio (Canadian Press) for Global News

Maryland: “Maryland Gov. Hogan’s Campaign Pays Fine for Accepting Excess Donations” by Pamela Wood (Baltimore Sun) for MSN


National: “Trump Tax Records Can Be Released by Treasury Department to House, Judge Rules” by Spencer Hsu (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Congress and Top Capitol Hill Staff Have Violated the STOCK Act Hundreds of Times. But the Consequences Are Minimal, Inconsistent, and Not Recorded Publicly.” by Camila DeChalus, Kimberly Leonard, and Dave Levinthal (Business Insider) for MSN

California: “City Employees Solicit Funds for Garcetti-Backed Charity. Ethics Experts Have Concerns” by Dakota Smith (Los Angeles Times) for Yahoo News

New York: “Trump Fraud Inquiry’s Focus: Did he mislead his own accountants?” by William Rashbaum, Ben Protess, and Jonah Bromwich (New York Times) for Yahoo News

South Carolina: “Orangeburg Coroner Marshall Gets $17K Fine After Neglecting Ethics Forms for Years” by Avery Wilks for Charleston Post and Courier

South Dakota: “Ex-Official Says She Felt ‘Intimidated’ in Meeting with Kristi Noem That Led to Daughter’s Appraiser License” by Hannah Knowles (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Redistricting Is Drying Up Competitive Congressional Races” by Michael Macagnone (Roll Call) for MSN

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