Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 27, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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California: “How a Supreme Court Case About Nonprofit Donations Could Affect America’s Elections” by Madeleine Carlisle (Time) for Yahoo News


National: “Inside the Democratic Strategy to Expand Voting Rights State by State” by Liz Crampton for Politico

Arizona: “Election Conspiracies Live on with Audit by Arizona GOP” by Jonathan Cooper and Bob Christie for Associated Press News


National: “Gaetz Probe Includes Scrutiny of Potential Public Corruption Tied to Medical Marijuana Industry” by Evan Perez, Paula Reid, Scott Glover, and David Shortell for CNN

National: “Clyburn Facing Potential $5,000 Metal Detector Fine” by Olivia Beavers and Rachel Bade for Politico

Alaska: “Alaska Lawmaker Blasted Airline for ‘Mask Tyranny.’ Now She’s Banned from the Only Flights to the Capital.” by Tim Elfrink (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “New York’s Ethics’ Overhaul on a Slow Path to Reform, but Will It Get There?” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

South Carolina: “Fired SC Director ‘Tainted’ Process Giving Husband a $600K Contract, Report Says” by Maayan Schechter (The State) for MSN


Texas: “Texas Lawmakers, Lobby Firm React to Allegations That a Lobbyist Gave Date Rape Drug to Capitol Aide” by Cassandra Pollock for Texas Tribune

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