Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 26, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Senate Confirms Democratic Nominee to FEC” by Kate Ackley (Roll Call) for MSN

Ohio: “FirstEnergy’s PAC Resumes Political Donations, Ending Ban After House Bill 6 Bribery Scandal” by Jeremy Pelzer (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN


National: “Insurrectionists Can Be Barred from Office, Appeals Court Says” by Rachel Weiner (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “Central Florida ‘Ghost’ Candidate, Other Figures Tied to Scandal Charged” by Annie Martin and Jeff Weiner (Orlando Sentinel) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “Mail Ballots Spark Bitter Dispute in Pa. GOP Senate Race” by Holly Otterbein and Zach Montellaro (Politico) for MSN


Georgia: “Grand Jury Indicts Former Georgia Insurance Commissioner Oxendine on Fraud Charges” by Kate Brumback (Associated Press) for Insurance Journal

Missouri: “Parson Fills Missouri Ethics Commission Vacancies After Dive Dismissed Complaints” by Kacen Bayless (Kansas City Star) for MSN

New York: “Bronx Nonprofit Head Who Stole from Homeless New Yorkers Gets 27 Months Prison Time” by Molly Crane-Newman for New York Daily News


Europe: “New Rules on MPs Freebies and Lobbying Crackdown Welcomed Amid Calls for Further Restrictions on Second Jobs” by Henry Dyer (Business Insider) for Yahoo News

Montana: “Pastor Apologizes, Retracts Article About Transgender Native lobbyist, Fabricated Incident” by Darrell Erhlick for Daily Montanan

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