Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 30, 2024  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “More Orange County Cities Overhaul Campaign Finance Rules” by Hosam Ellatar for Voice of OC

Iowa: “Auditor: Ethics board made ‘no attempt’ to collect fines and can’t force payment” by Clark Kaufman for Iowa Capital Dispatch

Nevada: “Who’s Funding Negative Campaign Mail? Legal Loophole Helps Some Groups Avoid Disclosure” by Riley Snyder and Tabitha Mueller for Nevada Independent


National: “Voter Outreach Groups Targeted by New Laws in Several GOP-Led States Are Struggling to Do Their Work” by Ayanna Alexander (Associated Press) for MSN

Virginia: “Some Legislative Aides in Virginia Do Double Duty as Campaign Staff” by Graham Moomaw for Virginia Mercury


National: “Justice Alito Tells Congress He Will Not Recuse from Jan. 6-Related Cases” by Ann Marimow and Justin Jouvenal (Washington Post) for MSN

Louisiana: “Lawmakers Give Landry Control Over Ethics Board Amid Dispute Over Discipline” by Julie O’Donoghue for Louisiana Illuminator

Massachusetts: “Massachusetts DPW Director Pays $17,000 Fine for Accepting Free Ski Trips, Other Gifts” by Rick Sobey for Boston Herald

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