Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 14, 2024  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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New York: “As State Plans to Match Campaign Contributions, Elections Heat Up” by Joshua Solomon for Albany Times Union


National: “Biden and Trump Secure Their Parties’ Presidential Nominations” by Hannah Knowles and Toluse Olorunnipa (Washington Post) for MSN

Georgia: “Ga. Judge Dismisses Six Charges in Trump Election Interference Case” by Holly Bailey (Washington Post) for MSN

North Carolina: “North Carolina Judges Block Elections Board Changes Pushed by Republicans That Weaken Governor” by Gary Robertson (Associated Press) for Yahoo News


California: “Ex-LA Deputy Mayor on Trial Again Over City Hall Racketeering Charges” by Edward Pettersson for Courthouse News Service

National: “U.S. Courts Require Random Judge Assignments to Avoid ‘Judge Shopping'” by Tobi Raji and Ann Marimow (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “Another State Ethics Probe Investigation of Francis Suarez Dropped After ‘No Probable Cause’ Found” by Jesse Scheckner for Florida Politics

Kentucky: “Opponents Say Kentucky ‘Ag Gag’ Bill Could Stifle Free Speech, Limit Whistleblowing” by Rebecca Grapevine (Louisville Courier Journal) for MSN

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