Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 26, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Mystery Deepens Around George Santos’s $700,000 in Campaign Loans” by Michael Gold and Nicholas Fandos (New York Times) for Seattle Times

Maine: “House Speaker Calls on Waldoboro Lawmaker to Resign After He Was Indicted for Signature Fraud” by Steve Mistler for Maine Public Radio

Michigan: “Who Funded Michigan Campaigns? For Nearly Every Legislator, It Wasn’t the Folks They Ran to Represent.” by Simon Schuster for MLive

Minnesota: “Why Some Want to Make Public Spending on Political Campaigns in Minnesota Less Like Menards Rebates” by Peter Callaghan (MinnPost) for MSN


Georgia: “Fulton County DA Says Charging Decisions in Trump Investigation Are ‘Imminent’” by Holly Bailey (Washington Post) for MSN

Wisconsin: “2023’s Biggest, Most Unusual Race Centers on Abortion and Democracy” by Reid Epstein (New York Times) for DNyuz


National: “US: Ex-FBI counterintelligence agent aided Russian oligarch” by Michael Sisak and Eric Tucker (Associated Press) for MSN

National: “Supreme Court Asks Biden Administration to Weigh in on Social Media Case” by Robert Barnes and Cat Zakrzewski (Washington Post) for MSN

Legislative Issues

New Mexico: “Proposal Aims to Keep Legislators from Drinking While on the Job” by Dan McKay for Albuquerque Journal


Nevada: “Nevada’s New Governor Vilified Lobbyist’s Influence in COVID Lab Scandal, Then Asked Him to Help with Budget” by Anjeanette Damon (Nevada Independent) for ProPublica

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