Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 22, 2020  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Kushner Helped Launch Shell Company That Paid Campaign Funds to Trump Family: Report” by Mary Papenfuss (HuffPost) for MSN

Arizona: “Candidate for Arizona Corporation Commission Faces Investigation into Campaign Spending” by Ryan Randazzo (Arizona Republic) for MSN

Texas: “$1.7M for George Strait, Six-Figure Bonuses: Months later, a lawsuit forced Texas to release details on inaugural spending” by Jay Root (Houston Chronicle) and Shannon Najmabadi for Texas Tribune


National: “A Frustrated Trump Redoubles Efforts to Challenge Election Result” by Felicia Sonmez, Josh Dawsey, Dan Lamothe, and Matt Zapotosky (Washington Post) for MSN


Florida: “Antonacci Gets a New Job and an Old Problem: The appearance of a conflict of interest with his wife” by Dan Christensen for Florida Bulldog

Maryland: “With New Members in Place, Baltimore Spending Board Beefs Up Transparency on Conflicts of Interest” by Emily Opilo for Baltimore Sun

Missouri: “Ethics Panel Rebukes St. Louis Lawmaker Accused of Having Sex with Intern” by Kurt Erickson for St. Louis Post-Dispatch


National: “Major U.S. Companies Are Lobbying in a Scrum for Early Vaccine” by Christopher Rowland, Isaac Stanley-Becker, Jacob Bogage, Abha Bhattarai, and Laura Reiley (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “Newsom Lobbying Ban Won’t Immediately Affect French Laundry Dining Partner” by Alexei Kosoff (San Francisco Chronicle) for MSN

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