Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 18, 2024  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Ex-Congressman Asks 11th Circuit to Toss Six-Figure Campaign Finance Penalty” by Kayla Gogging for Courthouse News Service

Hawaii: “Inside the Late-Night Parties Where Hawaii Politicians Raked in Money” by Eric Sagara and Irene Casado Sanchez (Big Local News), and Blaze Lovell for Honolulu Civil Beat

Michigan: “Nessel Accuses Ex-Speaker Chatfield of Stealing Political Funds in Criminal Charges” by Craig Mauger for Detroit News

Mississippi: “Lawmakers Update Public Service Commissioner Campaign Finance Law” by Frank Corder for Magnolia Tribune


California: “Questions Swirled About Millions of Tax Dollars in OC. After Months of Silence, a Key Figure Weighs In” by Nick Gerda (LAist) for MSN

Kentucky: “Ethics Commission Urges Metro Council to Amend Laws Following Greenberg Complaint” by Eleanor McCrary (Louisville Courier Journal) for Yahoo News

National: “Red States Threaten Librarians with Prison – As Blue States Work to Protect Them” by Hannah Natanson and Anumita Kaur (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “Charged With Regulating Conflict of Interests, Ethics Commission Hides Its Own” by Chris Bragg for New York Focus


Europe: “EU Auditors Say Lobbyists Can Easily Slip Under Bloc’s Radar” by Nette Noestlinger (Reuters) for Yahoo Finance

Illinois: “Chicago Lobbyists Escape Serious Punishment for Improper Donations to Mayor Johnson’s Campaign” by Tessa Weinberg for WBEZ

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