Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 1, 2018  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Federal: “Purina Drops Campaign Contributions to Steve King, Citing ‘Recent Statements’” by Michael Burke for The Hill

Canada: “Province Moves to Ban Big Money from Recall Campaigns” by Rattan Mall for


Federal: “Mueller Probes Roger Stone’s Interactions with Trump Campaign and Timing of WikiLeaks Release of Podesta Emails” by Robert Costa, Carol Leonnig, Rosalind Helderman, and Manuel Roig-Franzia (Washington Post) for Stamford Advocate


Federal: “Zinke’s Own Agency Watchdog Just Referred Him to the Justice Department” by Juliet Eilperin and Josh Dawsey (Washington Post) for Seattle Times

Federal: “Mueller Refers Sex Misconduct Scheme Targeting Him to FBI for Investigation” by Brandy Zadrozny, Ben Collins, and Tom Winter for NBC News

National: “Voters Could Clamp Down on Ethics, Campaign Finance at The Ballot Box” by Peter Overby for National Public Radio

Alaska: “Begich Spent Four Years as a Consultant. As Governor, He Could Sign Bills Affecting Former Clients.” by Nathaniel Herz for KTOO

Florida: “Sex for Speed Bumps: Ethics panel finds probable cause that Florida mayor misused his position” by Antonia Noori Farzan for Washington Post

Maryland: “Question G Would Undercut Independence of Baltimore Ethics Board, Chairwoman Says” by Mark Ruettner for Baltimore Brew

Pennsylvania: “State Rep. Vanessa Brown Guilty on All Counts; Took $4,000 Bribe in Sting” by Craig McCoy for Philadelphia Inquirer

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