Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 13, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “Ousted Skid Row Receiver Hosted Fundraiser for L.A. City Attorney’s Campaign” by Liam Dillon and Doug Smith (Los Angeles Times) for MSN

Georgia: “New Ethics Ruling Allows Campaign Funds to Pay for Candidates’ Child Care” by Donna Lowry for Georgia Public Broadcasting

Washington: “Complaint Pushes for WA AG Ferguson to Reveal Donors of $1.2M in Campaign Transfers” by Jerry Cornfield (Washington State Standard) for Seattle Times


National: “Social Media Injunction Unravels Plans to Protect 2024 Elections” by Cat Zakrzewski, Naomi Nix, and Joseph Menn (Washington Post) for Yahoo News


National: “DOJ Will No Longer Intervene on Behalf of Trump in Carroll Defamation Suit” by Rachel Weiner (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “Long-Running Ethics Case Against Former Florida Legislator Latvala Nears Dismissal” by Dara Kam (Miami Herald) for Yahoo News

National: “Buddy Cianci is in the Political Corruption Hall of Shame – Literally” by Edward Fitzpatrick (Boston Globe) for MSN

Ohio: “Ohio Speaker Stephens Asks Rep. Bob Young of Green to Resign Amid Domestic Violence Charges” by Doug Livingston (Akron Beacon Journal) for Yahoo News


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