Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 9, 2024  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Arizona: “Arizona Legislature Challenges Campaign Spending Law in Appeals Court” by Joe Duhownik for Courthouse News Service

New Hampshire: “In New Hampshire Governor’s Race, Some Finance Reports Are Clearer Than Others” by Ethan DeWitt for New Hampshire Bulletin

Rhode Island: “Campaign Finance Offender Lost Seven Bids for Office but Wins Mercy from Elections Panel” by Nancy Lavin (Rhode Island Current) for Yahoo News


Georgia: “With 2024 Presidential Contest Looming, Georgia Governor Signs New Election Changes into Law” by Jeff Amy and Sudhin Thanawala (Associated Press) for Yahoo News

Massachusetts: “AI, Deepfakes and Political Campaigns: Mass. lawmakers look to set some rules” by Kinga Borondy (Worcester Telegram & Gazette) for MSN

North Carolina: “NC Election Directors Grapple with Pay, Politics and More Pressure Than Ever” by Kyle Ingram (Raleigh News and Observer) for Yahoo News


Alabama: “Legislation to Change Alabama Ethics Law Dies in Committee” by Ralph Chapoco (Alabama Reflector) for Yahoo News


Louisiana: “Judges Say They’ll Draw New Louisiana Election Map If Lawmakers Don’t by June 3” by Kevin McGill (Associated Press) for Yahoo News

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