Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 20, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Election Objectors Leaned on Small Donors After Corporate PAC Backlash” by Zach Montellaro, Theodoric Meyer, and Allan James Vestal for Politico

National: “Democrats Aim to Revive a Campaign Finance Watchdog” by Carl Hulse for New York Times

Missouri: “Eric Greitens Was Biggest Donor to Own Senate Campaign; State Filing Raises Red Flags” by Bryan Lowry (Kansas City Star) for Yahoo News


National: “Pompeos Violated Rules on Use of State Department Resources, IG Finds” by Nahal Tusi for Politico

Illinois: “How Should Springfield Clean Up After the ComEd Scandal? Lawmakers’ Reform Plans Are Hazy” by Dave McKinney and Tony Arnold for WBEZ

Kansas: “Proposed Ethics Code Limits Gifts to Wichita Officials for the First Time in History” by Chance Swaim for Wichita Eagle

Maryland: “In Rebuke to Hogan, Maryland Statehouse Passes Ethics Bill” by Eric Cortellessa for Washington Monthly

Ohio: “In Ohio, Utility and Fossil Fuel Influence Reaches Beyond Bailout Bill” by Kathiann Kowalski for Energy News Network


West Virginia: “Former ACT Lobbyist Won $500K from Lawsuit Against Former WV Schools Superintendent” by Ryan Quinn for Charleston Gazette-Mail

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