Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 14, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Maine: “Maine Media Groups, Utilities Challenge New Law on Foreign Spending on Referendums” by Rachel Ohm for Portland Press Herald


National: “Supreme Court Will Review Scope of Obstruction Law That Trump Is Charged with Breaking” by Kyle Cheney and Josh Gerstein (Politico) for Yahoo News


Florida: “DeSantis Staffers Blocked Release of Travel Records, Whistleblower Says” by Beth Reinhard (Washington Post) for MSN

Nevada: “Lombardo Spurned Ethics Commissioner’s Reapplication Ahead of Major Vote, Emails Show” by Tabitha Mueller for Nevada Independent

Legislative Issues

Oregon: “‘Thank God They Walked Out’: Oregon’s partisan divide highlights heightened animosity in statehouses” by Paul Demko (Politico) for Yahoo News


Colorado: “Lawyer on Denver Health Board Says He’s Stopped Lobbying for Tobacco Giant Altria After Getting a Call to Resign” by John Daley for Colorado Public Radio

Illinois: “Board of Ethics Finds Probable Cause Four Lobbyists Improperly Donated to Johnson” by A.D. Quig (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

National: “A ‘Black Hole’ Exists in State Lobbying Disclosures: Report” by Taylor Giorno (The Hill) for Yahoo News


New York: “New York High Court Allows State Democrats Chance to Alter Congressional Maps” by Maegan Vazquez and Azi Paybarah (Washington Post) for MSN

Texas: “Supreme Court Allows Texas Voting Map Challenged by Civil Rights Advocates” by Robert Barnes and Ann Marimow (Washington Post) for MSN

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