Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 25, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Federal Campaign Spending on Childcare Expenses Grows in 2022 Midterms” by Taylor Giorno for OpenSecrets


Arkansas: “Court Tosses Arkansas Law Limiting Election Helpers” by Doug Thompson for Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

California: “California Targets Local Recall Election ‘Hyperpartisanship’” by Don Thompson (Associated Press) for MSN

North Carolina: “N.C. Attorney General Can’t Be Charged with Crime Over Campaign Ad – Yet” by Rachel Weiner (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Trump Kept More Than 700 Pages of Classified Documents, Letter from National Archives Says” by Alan Feuer (New York Times) for Minneapolis Star Tribune

Missouri: “Ex-St. Louis Alderman John Collins-Muhammad Admits Federal Corruption Charges” by Joel Currier for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

New Jersey: “Car Insurance Bills Shine Spotlight on Lawmaker Ethics” by Sophie Nieto-Munoz for New Jersey Monitor


National: “Republicans Turn Against League of Women Voters” by Megan O’Matz for ProPublica

Ohio: “The Hidden Role of a Religious Lobbying Group in Ohio’s Education ‘Backpack Bill’” by Zurie Pope for Ohio Capital Journal

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