Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 9, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Colorado: “Colorado Election Officials Take Aggressive New Approach to Policing Campaign Violations” by Sandra Fish for Colorado Sun


National: “Bernie Sanders Ends His Presidential Campaign” by Sean Sullivan and Chelsea Janes for Washington Post

Florida: “Federal Judge Expands Voting Decision to Apply to All Ex-Felons in Florida” by Lori Rozsa for Washington Post

Wisconsin: “Rulings on Wisconsin Election Raise Questions About Judicial Partisanship” by Adam Liptak (New York Times) for MSN


National: “Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Her CEO Husband Will Sell All Individual Stock Shares After Coronavirus Trade Furor” by Dan Mangan and Thomas Franck for CNBC

National: “Trump Throws ‘Wrecking Ball’ Across Federal Inspectors General” by John Donnelly for Roll Call

Ohio: “‘Coingate’ Convict Tom Noe Among Ohio Inmates Gov. Mike DeWine Wants to Release Early Amid Coronavirus Fears” by Jeremy Pelzer for Cleveland Plain Dealer

Legislative Issues

National: “Democrats Have Found a Coronavirus Bright Spot. Her Name Is Earnestine.” by Sheryl Gay Stolberg for New York Times

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