Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 14, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Connecticut: “Supreme Court Hears Free Speech Arguments in Public Campaign Finance Case” by Hugh McQuaid for CT News Junkie

Pennsylvania: “A Judge Ruled Against the Philly Ethics Board in Its Case Against Super PAC That Supported Mayoral Candidate Jeff Brown” by Sean Collins Walsh (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN


Virginia: “Candidate in High-Stakes Virginia Election Performed Sex Acts with Husband in Live Videos” by Sarah Rankin and Denise Lavoie (Associated Press) for MSN


National: “Judge Appears to Reject Trump Bid to Talk Classified Info at Mar-a-Lago” by Devlin Barrett (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “Ulrich, the Ex-NYC Building Commissioner, Indicted by Bragg in Sweeping Corruption Case” by Joe Anuta, Jeff Coltin, and Emily Ngo (Politico) for MSN

Tennessee: “Did Commissioner and Developer Break Rules on Property Sale? Ethics Committee Will Decide” by Allie Feinberg (Knoxville News Sentinel) for Yahoo News

Texas: “Texas AG Ken Paxton Won’t Lose State Pension – Even If Convicted at Impeachment Trial” by Robert Garrett and Lauren McGaughey (Dallas Morning News) for MSN


California: “Will Disney’s Representative Have to Register as a Lobbyist at Anaheim City Hall?” by Hosam Elattar for Voice of OC

Illinois: “Johnson Transition Leader Agrees to Pay $10,000 Fine for Violating Lobbying Regulation” by Heather Cherone for WTTW

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