Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 10, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Inside the Jan. 6 Committee’s Effort to Trace Every Dollar Raised and Spent Based on Trump’s False Election Claims” by Josh Dawsey, Jacqueline Alemany, and Tom Hamburger (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “Cuomo Doesn’t Say Whether He’s Running for Office. The Board of Elections Implies He Is.” by Joshua Solomon for Albany Times Union

Texas: “Ethics Commission Fines Republican $30K for Implying Black Democrats Endorsed Him” by for Yahoo News

Wyoming: “Crossover Voting Ban Dies, Other Election Legislation Prevails” by Maggie Mullen for WyoFile


Colorado: “Grand Jury Indicts Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters and Deputy Clerk in Election System Breach Investigation” by Saja Hindi (Denver Post) for Canon City Daily Camera


Florida: “Tallahassee Officials’ Trip After FSU Stadium Vote Raises Questions” by Jeff Burlew (Tallahassee Democrat) for

Illinois: “Former Sen. Tom Cullerton Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement” by Peter Hancock (Capital News Illinois) for Illinois Newsroom

Vermont: “Vermont Is One of Five States Without a Statutory Code of Ethics. A Bill in the Senate Seeks to Change That” by Peter Hirschfeld for Vermont Public Radio


National: “Russian-American Charged with Acting as Illegal Russian Agent in the US” by Sonia Moghe for CNN

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