Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 1, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “Court Upholds California’s Anti-Pay-to-Play Law Barring Votes Benefiting Campaign Contributors” by Jason Henry (San Gabriel Valley Tribune) for

Florida: “Florida Elections Officials Quietly Made It Easier for Ron DeSantis to Fund His 2024 Bid” by Matt Dixon for NBC News

Michigan: “As Chatfield Probe Continues, Nessel Urges Reforms to Dark Money in Politics” by Beth LeBlanc for Detroit News

North Carolina: “NC’s Election Ended. Then Gambling Money Showed Up in Campaign Reports, Complaint Says” by Avi Bajpai (Raleigh News and Observer) for Charlotte Observer


California: “DWP Executive Placed on Leave Amid Questions About Outside Bitcoin Business” by Dakota Smith (Los Angeles Times) for MSN

Connecticut: “Former Connecticut Lawmaker Gets 27 Months in Prison for Stealing Coronavirus Aid” by Dave Collins for Associated Press News

National: “DEA’s Failure to Punish Distributor Blamed in Opioid Crisis Raises Revolving Door Questions” by Jim Mustian and Joshua Goodman (Associated Press) for MSN

Legislative Issues

National: “Recent Attacks Put Staffers on Edge as Authorities Look for Answers” by Justin Papp (Roll Call) for MSN


New York: “‘Lobbying Loophole’ Bill Stuck in Assembly in Final Week of Legislative Session” by Joshua Solomon for Albany Times Union

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