Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 2, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Dark Money and Special Deals: How Leonard Leo and his friends benefited from his judicial activism” by Heidi Przybyla (Politico) for MSN


Illinois: “In 4 Years, Lori Lightfoot Went from Breakout Political Star to Divisive Mayor of a Chicago Beset by Pandemic and Crime” by Gregory Pratt and Alice Yin (Chicago Tribune) for MSN


California: “Anaheim Officials Reverse Course and Fully Fund an Independent City Corruption Probe” by Spencer Custodio and Hosam Elattar for Voice of OC

National: “Showdown Before the Raid: FBI agents and prosecutors argued over Trump” by Carol Leonnig, Devlin Barrett, Perry Stein, and Aaron Davis (Washington Post) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “Lobbyist Says She Was Sexually Harassed by Pa. Lawmaker Mike Zabel, Calls on Him to Resign” by Stephen Caruso for Spotlight PA

Pennsylvania: “Ex-Philly Councilmember Bobby Henon Sentenced to 3 1/2 Years in Union Bribery Case” by Jeremy Roebuck and Oona Goodin-Smith (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Colorado: “A Piece of Colorado Capitol History Is for Sale on eBay for $9,000. State Officials Want It Back.” by Jessie Paul for Colorado Sun


Florida: “Federal Judge Blocks Part of Florida Law Banning Elected Officials from Lobbying Other Governments” by Anthony Man (South Florida Sun Sentinel) for MSN

Florida: “Jason Brodeur Wants Pay-to-Play Blog Posts About Elected Officials Reported with the State” by Jacob Ogles for Florida Politics

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