Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 2, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Arizona: “Voter Protection Act Blocking Bipartisan Bill” by Greta Forslund for Arizona Capitol Times

Ohio: “P.G. Sittenfeld’s PAC at Center of Corruption Case: ‘Secret slush fund’ or legal account?” by Paula Christian for WCPO

Utah: “What Do Special Interests Get for Providing $9 of Every $10 in Utah Legislators’ Campaigns?” by Lee Davidson (Salt Lake Tribune) for MSN


National: “Secretive Ethics Panel Will Judge Hawley and Cruz” by Burgess Everett for Politico

National: “Biden Brother’s Law Firm Touts His Connection to the President, Creating an Early Headache for Administration” by Annie Linskey and Alice Crites (Washington Post) for MSN

Maryland: “Lawmakers, Governor Push Reforms at Maryland Environmental Service After Director’s Payout” by Pamela Wood for Baltimore Sun

Legislative Issues

Massachusetts: “Mariano Plans Look at Unregistered Advocacy Coalitions, House Rules Changes” by Katie Lannan (State House News Service) for Springfield Patriot-Ledger


National: “Trump-Tied Lobbyists’ Revenues Peaked in President’s Final Year” by Karl Evers-Hillstrom for Center for Responsive Politics

California: “San Diego Unified School District’s Federal Lobbying Efforts Come Under Scrutiny by Parent Group” by Kristen Taketa (San Diego Union Tribune) for La Jolla Light

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