Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 12, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “U.S. Campaign Finance System Rocked as Major Firms Pause or Halt Political Contributions After Election Results Challenged” by Todd Frankel, Jeff Stein, and Tony Romm (Washington Post) for Seattle Times

Utah: “Tribune Analysis: Utah lawmakers spend unlimited amounts in campaign cash – sometimes in violation of state law” by Taylor Stevens and Bethany Rodgers (Salt Lake Tribune) for MSN

Ethics

National: “Dems Prep ‘Incitement of Insurrection’ Charge against Trump” by Lisa Mascaro, Bill Barrow, and Mary Clare Jalonick for Associated Press News

Kansas: “Wichita City Council Plans to Tackle Ethics Reform Following Clendenin Resignation” by Chance Swaim for Wichita Eagle

South Dakota: “City Insurance Now Covers Legal Defense If Mayor, Councilors Face Ethics Violation” by Trevor Mitchell (Sioux Falls Argus Leader) for MSN

Tennessee: “Tennessee House Speaker on FBI Raid: Those subject to search warrants on ‘administrative leave’” by Natalie Allison (Tennessean) for MSN

Lobbying

National: “As Biden Raises Money for His Virtual Inauguration, Lobbyists Prepare for a Scaled-Down Schmooze-Fest” by Fredreka Schouten for CNN

Minnesota: “State Board Proposals Would Change How Lobbying Activities Are Reported in Minnesota” by Peter Callaghan for Minnesota Post

Oklahoma: “Former Stitt Staffer Lobbying for Company Bidding on State Medicaid Contract” by Carmen Forman for The Oklahoman

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