Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 19, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “The Speaker Vote Underscored How Money Is So Central to Politics Today” by Tal Kopan (Boston Globe) for MSN

National: “FEC Dismisses GOP Complaint Over Gmail Spam Filter” by Isaac Stanley-Becker (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “DeSantis Inauguration Sponsored by Companies He Loves to Bash” by Isaac Arnsdorf (Washington Post) for MSN

Oregon: “Shemia Fagan and Her Elections Director Disagreed About Disclosing Campaign Finance Violations. Here They Are.” by Nigel Jaquiss for Willamette Week

Utah: “The Office of the Lt. Gov. of Utah Is Considering Punishing Gene Davis for Using Campaign Funds to Fight Allegations of Sexual Misconduct” by Emily Anderson Stern (Salt Lake City Tribune) for Local Today


National: “Free Speech or Out of Order? As Meetings Grow Wild, Officials Try to Tame Public Comment.” by Karin Brulliard (Washington Post) for MSN

Arkansas: “Former Legislator Wilkins Sentenced to a Year and a Day on Bribery Plea” by Dale Ellis for Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Hawaii: “Honolulu Permitting Inspector OK’d His Own Company’s Projects” by Christina Jedra for Honolulu Civil Beat

Legislative Issues

National: “Statehouse Democrats Embrace an Unfamiliar Reality: Full power” by Mitch Smith (New York Times) for Yahoo News


New York: “NYC Council Bills Could Slow ‘Revolving Door’ Between City Hall and Lobbying Agencies” by Brigid Bergin for Gothamist

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