Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 7, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Florida: “Legislature Delivers Gov. DeSantis Second Pass at Limiting Big Dollar Influence in Ballot Initiatives” by Renzo Downey for Florida Politics

New Jersey: “Emails Reveal Prominent Law Firms Were Among Donors to Caddle’s Dark Money Groups” by Matt Friedman (Politico) for Yahoo News

South Carolina: “SC GOP Lawmaker Hit with 133 SC Ethics Charges Alleging Spending, Reporting Violations” by Maayan Schechter (The State) for MSN

Tennessee: “Nashville Council Censures Member Jonathan Hall for Campaign Finance Violations” by Cassandra Stephenson (Tennessean) for Yahoo News


National: “Nonprofits Help Fill the Gap in Statehouse News Coverage” by Alan Greenblatt for Governing

National: “Democrats Unveil Bill to Impose Ethics, Recusal Standards on Supreme Court” by Harper Neidig (The Hill) for Yahoo News

Colorado: “Former Colorado Elections Official Tina Peters May Have Breached a State Ethics Law by Accepting a Private Plane Ride from Mike Lindell” by Cheryl Teh (Business Insider) for Yahoo News

Tennessee: “Ethics Reform Bill to Tamp Down on Corruption Clears First Hurdle in Tennessee Senate” by Sam Stockard for Tennessee Lookout


National: “House Judiciary Delves into FARA in First Dedicated Hearing in 30 Years” by Caitlin Oprysko for Politico


Maryland: “Hogan Signs New Md. Congressional Map into Law, Ending Legal Battles” by Meagan Flynn and Ovetta Wiggins (Washington Post) for MSN

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