Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 5, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Texas: “Eric Dick Fined $10K for Campaign Finance Violations During Failed Run for Harris County Treasurer” by Elizabeth Sander (Houston Chronicle) for MSN


Georgia: “Trump Won’t Be on Trial in Georgia Case This Fall, but His Presence Will Be Felt” by Danny Hakim and Richard Fausset (New York Times) for DNyuz


Arizona: “Her Calendar Was Mostly Open. She Wasn’t in Office. Why Was Attorney General Aide Paid?” by Stacey Barchenger (Arizona Republic) for MSN

Arizona: “Audit Flags Lavish Spending by Arizona to Woo Business Executives. State Leaders Defend It.” by Stacey Barchenger (Arizona Republic) for MSN

Washington DC: “Leonard Leo Says He Will Not Cooperate with D.C. Attorney General Tax Probe” by Heidi Przybyla (Politico) for Yahoo News

National: “Federal Appeals Court Expands Limits on Biden Administration in First Amendment Case” by Jessica Guynn and John Fritze (USA Today) for MSN

National: “Giuliani’s Drinking, Long a Fraught Subject, Has Trump Prosecutors’ Attention” by Matt Flegenheimer and Maggie Haberman (New York Times) for Yahoo News

Michigan: “Feds Charge Inkster Mayor Patrick Wimberly in Corruption Case” by Robert Snell for Detroit News

Legislative Issues

Tennessee: “Rep. Justin Jones Sues House Speaker Cameron Sexton Over Expulsion, Vote to Silence Him” by Melissa Brown (Nashville Tennessean) for MSN

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