Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 26, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “‘Dark Money’ Helped Pave Joe Biden’s Path to the White House” by Bill Allison (Bloomberg) for MSN

New Jersey: “Hoboken City Council Tightens Pay-to-Play Laws Before Mayoral Election” by Marilyn Bear for Hudson Reporter


National: “Supreme Court Ends Lawsuits Alleging That Trump Illegally Profited from Business Interests” by Robert Barnes and Ann Marimow (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “House Democrats Plan to Focus Impeachment Trial on How Rioters Reacted to Trump’s Remarks” by Seung Min Kim, Tom Hamburger, Josh Dawsey, and Karoun Demirjian (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “As L.A. City Hall Corruption Probe Endures, Ethics-Reform Bids Launched – but Will Any Take Hold?” by Elizabeth Chou for Los Angeles Daily News

Michigan: “Corrupt UAW Boss Wore Wire While Playing Golf with Union Brothers” by Robert Snell for Detroit News

Mississippi: “Charter Schools Receive Taxpayer Dollars. Should Their Board Members Follow State Ethics Laws?” by Kate Royals for Mississippi Today


Connecticut: “Joe Aresimowicz Is Latest House Speaker to Go Through ‘Revolving Door’ Into Lobbying – As 6 of 7 Speakers Since 1989 Have Done” by Jon Lender for Hartford Courant

New Mexico: “Lobbyists Adjust to New Reality of Virtual Session” by Daniel Chacón (Santa Fe New Mexican) for New Mexico Political Report

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