Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 20, 2018  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Michigan: “Legislation Shielding Non-Profit Political Donors Heads to Snyder” by Beth LeBlanc for Detroit News

Mississippi: “Companies Asked a Mississippi Senator to Refund Donations. They Are Still Waiting.” by Nicholas Fandos for New York Times

Vermont: “Did Dunne’s Double Donations Violate Vermont Campaign Rules?” by Colin Meyn for

Washington: “Facebook, Google to Pay Washington $450,000 to Settle Lawsuits Over Political-Ad Transparency” by Jim Brunner for Seattle Times


New York: “Why Deep Blue New York Is ‘Voter Suppression Land’” by Vivian Wang for New York Times


National: “Blaming the Deep State: Officials accused of wrongdoing adopt Trump’s response” by Julian Barnes, Adam Goldman, and Charlie Savage for New York Times

National: “Former Rep. Steve Stockman’s Staffer Sentenced in Fraud Case” by Katherine Tully-McManus for Roll Call

South Carolina: “SC Lawmaker Benefiting from Law Change That Opened Top State Agency Slot for Him” by Jamie Lovegrove for Charleston Post and Courier

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