Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 5, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Senate Breaks Tradition by Advancing Only GOP FEC Nominee (1)” by Kenneth Doyle for Bloomberg Government

Arkansas: “Election Funding Law’s Hold to Resume” by Linda Satter for Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Wisconsin: “Day After Milwaukee Rampage, Dan Kelly Campaign Holds Fundraiser at Shooting Range” by Riley Vetterkind for


National: “Bloomberg Drops Out of Presidential Race, Endorses Biden” by Kathleen Ronayne and Alexandra Jaffe for AP News


National: “Trump Signs Bill to Strengthen Presidential Transition Ethics Requirements” by Courtney Buble for Government Executive

Florida: “Parks Chief Sold Jerseys from His Company to City Football Team. Now He’s on Leave” by Aron Leibowitz for Miami Herald

Florida: “Florida Sues Nonprofit and Its Former CEO Who Was Paid $7.5M” by Mary Ellen Klas and Samantha Gross for Tampa Bay Times

Rhode Island: “High Court Judge Spends a Year Fighting Low-Dollar Fine” by Edward Fitzpatrick for Boston Globe


Iowa: “State of Iowa Signs $50 Million Computing Contract Without Typical Competitive Bidding” by Erin Jordan for Cedar Rapids Gazette

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