Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 7, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Missouri: “New Missouri Law Shields Nonprofit Donor Identities, Allows LLCs to Give to Candidates” by Tessa Weinberg for Missouri Independent

Texas: “These Dallas Judges Owe Thousands in Fines for Not Reporting Campaign Donors” by Krista Torralva (Dallas Morning News) for MSN


Arizona: “Justice Dept. Sues Arizona Over Requiring Proof of Citizenship to Vote” by David Nakamura and Yvonne Wingett Sanchez (Washington Post) for MSN

Georgia: “7 Trump Allies Subpoenaed in Georgia Criminal Investigation” by Danny Hakim (New York Times) for Seattle Times


National: “Supreme Court Marshal Presses Md., Va. Leaders to Stop Home Protests” by Jasmine Hilton and Ann Marimow (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Jan. 6 Panel Secures Deal for Cipollone to Be Interviewed” by Maggie Haberman and Luke Broadwater (New York Times) for MSN

Connecticut: “Consultant on New London Pier Project Fined $10,000 by State Ethics Office” by Keith Phaneuf (CT Mirror) for MSN

Hawaii: “Former State Lawmaker English Sentenced to More Than Three Years in Federal Prison” by Blaze Lovell for Honolulu Civil Beat

Legislative Issues

Oregon: “A Measure to Curb Legislative Walkouts Has Qualified for Oregon’s November Ballot” by Dirk VanderHart for OPB


Canada: “Democracy Watch and Other Groups Rally Support for Campaign Against ‘Unethical’ Lobbying Changes” by Cloe Logan (National Observer) for Yahoo News

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