Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 9, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Tester Revives ‘Spotlight Act’ on Dark Money” by Tom Lutey for Billings Gazette

National: “What of ‘Individual-1′? Feds’ Trump Campaign Case Is ‘Dead’” by Jim Mustian and Larry Neumeister for Associated Press News

Elections

Ohio: “Democrats Seek a Reset Button in Ohio” by James Arkin for Politico

Ethics

Arizona: “Trump Campaign Paid Arizona State Rep. Mark Finchem $6,000 During Effort to Overturn Election Results” by Andrew Oxford (Arizona Republic) for MSN

Iowa: “Iowa Governor Auctioned off Access for Pork Barons’ Charity” by Ryan Foley for Associated Press News

New York: “Syracuse Firm Embroiled in Bid-Rigging, Bribery Case Fighting State Ethics Probe” by Brendon Lyons for Albany Times Union

Utah: “Utah Ethics Commission Received ‘Multiple’ Concerns in 2020, Didn’t Investigate Any Cases” by Jim Spiewak for KUTV

Legislative Issues

Oregon: “Oregon Rep. Diego Hernandez Could Face Removal After Harassment Investigation” by Claire Withycombe (Salem Statesman Journal) for MSN

Lobbying

National: “Former Mueller Prosecutor Predicts Increased Pursuit of Unregistered Foreign Agents” by Caitlin Oprysko and Josh Gerstein for Politico

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