Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 17, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

South Dakota: “South Dakota Secretary of State, Prosecutor Field Complaints About Ads Targeting Impeachment Committee” by Joe Sneve (Sioux Falls Argus Leader) for Yahoo News


Maryland: “Maryland Court Delays State’s Primary Until July Amid Redistricting Challenge” by Ovetta Wiggins and Erin Cox (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “Chinese Operative Accused in Plot to Undermine US Candidate” by Eric Tucker (Associated Press) for MSN


National: “Fearing Political Violence in 2024, Judges Sentence Jan. 6 Defendants to Probation Through the Next Election” by Spencer Hsu and Tom Jackman (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Biden Doles Out Ethics Waivers at Greater Clip Than Trump, Watchdog Reports” by Andrew Kerr for Washington Examiner

Illinois: “Ethics Board Fines Cook County Official Who ‘Flagrantly’ Disregarded Nepotism Ban; She Must Now Fire Her Cousin as Her Top Aide” by Alice Yin (Chicago Tribune) for Yahoo News

New York: “To Force Cuomo to Repay Millions, Ethics Commission Mulls New Tactic” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Legislative Issues

California: “‘Abstain’: Are OC officials using a public meeting ethics check to dodge accountability?” by Noah Biesiada and Brandon Pho for Voice of OC


National: “K Street Firms Starting to Tap Private Equity, Even Go Public” by Kate Ackley (Roll Call) for MSN

Tennessee: “Airbnb Legislation Shows How Capitol Hill Culture Affects Tennessee Communities” by Phil Williams for WTVF

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