Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 12, 2019  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Pete Buttigieg Agrees to More Transparency on Campaign Money” by Amy Wang (Washington Post) for San Francisco Chronicle

Pennsylvania: “Councilwoman Darlene Harris Sues City to Nix Campaign Rules” by Staff for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


National: “Watchdog: Interior official’s meetings broke ethics rule” by Ellen Nickmeyer for AP News

Kentucky: “Kentucky House Changes Course on Ex-Speaker Investigation” by Bruce Schreiner (Associated Press) for Seattle Times

Maryland: “Baltimore Approves More Than $13 Million Financed by Pugh Donor’s Firm Amid Call for Probe of His Deals” by Kevin Rector and Talia Richman for Baltimore Sun

Michigan: “Before Losing Election, Clawson Mayor Sought Secret Deal to Hurt Opponent” by Bill Laitner for Detroit Free Press

Michigan: “Inman Not Guilty of Lying to FBI; Hung Jury on Bribery and Extortion” by Paul Egan for Detroit Free Press

Pennsylvania: “He’s the FBI Agent Who Took Down Allentown’s Mayor. Now He’s Talking Publicly About the Case.” by Steve Novak for

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