Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 13, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Maryland: “Howard County Council Member Outraged by Denial of Matching Campaign Funds, Calling It Political Manipulation” by Katie Long (Baltimore Sun) for MSN

Ohio: “Campaign Finance Watchdog Sues FEC Over Ohio Dark Money Group” by Nick Evans for Ohio Capital Journal

Tennessee: “Nashville Council Member Jonathan Hall Faces 14 Potential Campaign Finance Violations” by Cassandra Stephenson (The Tennessean) for MSN


Arizona: “Cyber Ninjas, the Firm Behind the Audit in Arizona’s Maricopa County, Says It’s Closing and Letting All Its Employees Go” by Cheryl Teh for Business Insider

Colorado: “Mesa County Clerk Who Embraced Conspiracy Theories Given 3 Days to Accept Election Security Oversight” by Saja Hindi for Denver Post

Legislative Issues

Wisconsin: “Supreme Court Clears Way for Liberal Group to Depose Assembly Speaker Robin Vos” by Patrick Marley (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) for Yahoo News


National: “When Lobbyists and Legislators Socialize, Lobbyists Are More Likely to Get What They Want” by Sara Sadhwani, Pamela Lopez, Christian Grose, and Antoine Yoshinaka for MSN


North Carolina: “North Carolina Court Declines to Toss Out GOP-Drawn House Map” by Ally Mutnick (Politico) for Yahoo News

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