Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 27, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Tennessee: “Election Watchdog Disputes Harwell Claim That Shifting State Funds to Federal Campaign Was Legit” by Sam Stockard for Tennessee Lookout


National: “How Votes Are Cast and Counted Is Increasingly Decided in Courtrooms” by Patrick Marley (Washington Post) for MSN

Ohio: “2 Conservatives Accused in Hoax Robocall Scheme Plead Guilty” by Mark Gillispie (Associated Press) for MSN


Arizona: “A Retiree Served Food to the Homeless for Years. Then It Got Her Arrested.” by Jonathan Edwards (Washington Post) for MSN

Georgia: “Trump Chief of Staff Meadows Ordered to Testify Before Ga. Grand Jury” by Amy Wang and Tom Hamburger (Washington Post) for MSN

Illinois: “Federal Oversight of Cook County Assessor’s Hiring to End; Supervision Tied to Decades-Old Shakman Patronage Lawsuit” by A.D. Quig (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

Michigan: “Michigan Jury Finds Three Men Guilty of Aiding Plot to Kidnap Governor” by Tyler Clifford and Brendan O’Brien (Reuters) for MSN


National: “Law Firms Eager for US Regulatory Clarity on Foreign Lobbying” by Ben Penn for Bloomberg Law

California: “LA Councilwoman Raman Seeks Action on Lobbying Reforms” by City News Service for MSN

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