Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 18, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Massachusetts: “SJC Upholds AG’s Ruling Striking Ballot Question” by Christian Wade for The Eagle-Tribune

National: “How to Raise $89 Million in Small Donations – and Make It Disappear” by David Fahrenthold and Tiff Fehr (New York Times) for Seattle Times

Oklahoma: “Ethics Commission Settles Conservative Alliance PAC Lawsuit, Kannady Mum” by Michael McNutt for NonDoc

Tennessee: “Former State Sen. Brian Kelsey Won’t Be Allowed to Change Guilty Plea; July Sentencing Set” by Melissa Brown (Nashville Tennessean) for MSN


Georgia: “Republican Tapped to Lead Fulton Elections Board Withdraws Under Pressure” by Amy Gardner, Matthew Brown, and Michael Scherer (Washington Post) for MSN

Kentucky: “Trump-Backed Daniel Cameron to Face Democratic Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear in November” by Bruce Schreiner for Associated Press News

Pennsylvania: “Cherelle Parker Wins Crowded Democratic Philadelphia Mayoral Primary; Dems Keep Pennsylvania House Majority” by Caroline Linton for CBS News


Florida: “Miami Mayor Suarez’s Big VIP Weekend Was Worth $30K. And He Still Won’t Say Who Paid” by Sarah Blaskey (Miami Herald) for MSN

Massachusetts: “Federal Watchdogs Issue Scathing Reports on U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts” by Lisa Kashinsky, Josh Gerstein, and Kyle Cheney for Politico

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