Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 2, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Connecticut: “A Connecticut State Senator and Former School Board Chair to Go on Trial for Allegedly Conspiring to Steal Public Campaign Money” by Edmund Mahoney for Hartford Courant


National: “Guns Are All Over GOP Ads and Social Media, Prompting Some Criticism” by Colby Itkowitz (Washington Post) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “Pa. GOP Senate Race Upended by Court Cases” by Zach Montellaro and Holly Otterbein (Politico) for Yahoo News


Illinois: “As Aurora Mayor, Richard Irvin Quietly Launched Firm with a Top Aide Plus Two Others, Who Got a City Contract” by Joe Mahr and Ray Long (Chicago Tribune) for Yahoo News

Michigan: “Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan Defends Actions Involving Confidential FBI Source” by Sarah Rahal for Detroit News

New Hampshire: “4 Homes Tied to Journalist Hit with Bricks, Graffitied with Spray Paint” by Jonathan Edwards (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “Transition to New Ethics Panel Sparks Early Legal Threat” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Texas: “Supreme Court Puts Texas Social Media Law on Hold While Legal Battle Continues” by Robert Barnes and Cat Zakrzewski (Washington Post) for MSN

Texas: “Uvalde CISD Police Chief Sworn in as City Council Member” by Staff for KTXA

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