Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 16, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “Fresno Politicians Clash Over Campaign Money Rule That Critics Say Unfairly Protects Incumbents” by Melissa Montalvo (Fresno Bee) for MSN

Colorado: “10th Circuit Tosses GOP Challenge to Colorado’s Campaign Spending Limits” by Michael Karlick for Colorado Politics


National: “Election Deniers Face a Nationwide Wave of Pushback” by Amy Gardner, Patrick Marley, and Yvonne Wingett Sanchez (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Prosecutors Seek Trump Lawyer’s Testimony, Suggesting Evidence of Crime” by Alan Feuer, Maggie Haberman, and Ben Protess (New York Times) for Seattle Times

Maryland: “Gov. Wes Moore Recuses Himself from Under Armour Contract Vote as Team Creates Blind Trust to Manage Financial Assets” by Sam Janesch (Baltimore Sun) for MSN

Montana: “Senate Confirms Gallus as State’s Top Political Cop” by Blair Miller (Daily Montanan) for Flathead Beacon

Texas: “Attorney General Ken Paxton Agrees to Apologize and Pay $3.3 Million to Whistleblowers in Settlement” by James Barragán for Texas Tribune

Legislative Issues

Arkansas: “GOP Lawmaker Booed for Asking Trans Doctor About Her Genitalia at Public Hearing” by LGBTQNation Staff for MSN

Tennessee: “After Wearing Traditional Garment on the House Floor, TN Lawmaker Told to Look for a New Career” by Adam Mintzer for WKRN

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