Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 2, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Massachusetts: “Massachusetts Republican Nominated for Top Campaign Finance Job” by State House News Service for Boston Herald

Oregon: “Oregon Voters Want to Limit Money in Politics, but Lawmakers Might Not Get There This Session” by Hillary Borrud (Portland Oregonian) for MSN


National: “‘It’s Donald Trump’s Party’: How the former president is building a political operation to cement his hold on the GOP” by Josh Dawsey and Michael Scherer (Washington Post) for MSN

Michigan: “Coronavirus Created ‘Perfect Storm’ That Rained Private Money on Michigan Election Administration” by Gus Burns (MLive.com) for MSN


California: “Prosecutors Extract Pleas, $215 Million in Charter School Fraud Case” by Will Huntsberry for Voice of San Diego

New York: “Cuomo Accused of Unwanted Advance at a Wedding: ‘Can I kiss you?’” by Matt Flegenheimer and Jesse McKinley for New York Times

Pennsylvania: “Good Government or ‘Gag’ Order? In Chesco, New Ethics Policy Muzzles County Workers” by William Bender (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Illinois: “Madigan Picks Another House Successor After Quickly Forcing Out His First Choice Over ‘Alleged Questionable Conduct’” by Rick Pearson (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

Washington DC: “In Faraway State Houses, a Battle Brews Over Making D.C. the 51st State” by Meagan Flynn (Washington Post) for MSN

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