Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 4, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Mississippi: “Mississippi Politicians Are Capitalizing on Loopholes in State’s Campaign Finance Law” by Luke Ramseth for Mississippi Daily Journal

Montana: “Legislature Approves Campaign Finance Exemption for Religious Groups” by Sam Wilson for Montana Standard


National: “For Republicans, Fealty to Trump’s Election Falsehood Becomes Defining Loyalty Test” by Ashley Parker and Marianna Sotomayor (Washington Post) for MSN


Kansas: “Kansas Rep. Mark Samsel Arrested for Battery After Physical Altercation with Student” by Sarah Ritter and Jonathan Shorman (Kansas City Star) for MSN

Oregon: “Oregon Lawmaker Who Let Far-Right Demonstrators into Capitol Charged with Criminal Misconduct” by Hillary Borrud (Portland Oregonian) for MSN

South Carolina: “More Than a Dozen Horry Politicians Could Face Ethics Fines – but the Law Isn’t Perfect” by Dale Shoemaker and Maya Brown (Myrtle Beach Sun News) for MSN

Texas: “Authorities Say They Won’t Seek Charges After Investigating Allegation That a Lobbyist Drugged a Texas Capitol Staffer” by Cassandra Pollock for Texas Tribune

Legislative Issues

Washington DC: “Manchin Says He Doesn’t Support D.C. Statehood Bill, Dealing Advocates a Major Blow” by Meagan Flynn (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Delayed Census Data Kicks Off Flood of Redistricting Lawsuits” by Zach Montellaro for Politico

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