Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 30, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Trump Allies Are Handing Out Cash to Black Voters” by Ben Schreckinger for Politico

National: “How ‘Scam PACs’ Fall Through the Cracks of U.S. Regulators” by Jarrett Renshaw and Joseph Tanfani for Reuters

Oregon: “Oregon Democrats Seek to Delay Campaign Contribution Limits Until July 2021” by Hillary Borrud for Portland Oregonian


National: “How People of Color Inside the Pete Buttigieg Campaign Sought to Be Heard” by Reid Epstein (New York Times) for Chicago Tribune

Massachusetts: “Former City Council Candidate Who Alleged Forgery Scolded for Forging Signature” by Jo Goode for Fall River Herald News


California: “Mohammed Nuru, Head of SF Public Works, Arrested in FBI Corruption Probe” by Michael Barba, Joshua Sabatini, and Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez for San Francisco Chronicle

Kentucky: “These Jail Officials Have Second Jobs – As Jail Vendors” by R.G. Dunlop for WFPL

Maryland: “After a String of Federal Convictions, Maryland Weighs Tightening State Ethics Laws” by Ovetta Wiggins for Washington Post

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