Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 16, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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New Mexico: “Dark Money Group Pushing PRC Reform Tied to Major Oil Company” by Brian Metzger for New Mexico In Depth

South Dakota: “South Dakota Gov. Noem Defends ‘Dark Money’ Push as Privacy Protection” by Stephen Groves for Associated Press News


Georgia: “Graham’s Post-Election Call with Raffensperger Will Be Scrutinized in Georgia Probe, Person Familiar with Inquiry Says” by Amy Gardner, Tom Hamburger, and Josh Dawsey (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Eroding Trust, Spreading Fear: The historical ties between pandemics and extremism” by Marc Fisher (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Deputy White House Press Secretary Resigns Amid Fallout from Contentious Phone Call with Reporter” by Ashley Parker and Matt Viser (Washington Post) for MSN

Arizona: “Ethics Chair Dismisses 82 Complaints vs. Finchem, Won’t Investigate His Capitol Rally Role” by Howard Fischer (Capitol Media Services) for Arizona Daily Star

New York: “Coverup Claims Engulf Cuomo as Scandal Over Nursing Home Deaths Grows” by Shannon Young and Anna Gronewold for Politico


South Carolina: “NextEra Didn’t Share Santee Cooper Lobbying Efforts. SC Senators Look to Require It” by Joseph Bestos for The State


National: “Census Delays Could Squeeze Courts’ Review of House Maps” by Michael Macagnone (Roll Call) for MSN

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