Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 18, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Manchester’s Political Contributions, Ambassador Nod Are Subject of Criminal Probe” by Jeff McDonald for San Diego Union Tribune

New York: “How Eric Adams, Mayoral Candidate, Mixed Money and Political Ambition” by Michael Rothfeld for New York Times


National: “Democrats Confront Reality on Voting Rights: Congress probably isn’t coming to the rescue” by Mike DeBonis (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Government Watchdog Says Fudge Violated Hatch Act” by Daniel Lippman for Politico

California: “Nuru Scandal: Permit expediter Walter Wong to repay SF $1.7M” by Joshua Sabatini for San Francisco Examiner

Michigan: “Gov. Whitmer Discloses Cost of Trip to Visit Her Father and How It Was Paid For” by Paul Egan (Detroit Free Press) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “At the Pa. Turnpike Commission, Layoffs and Other Big Business Largely Decided Behind Closed Doors” by Jonathan Silver (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) for MSN

Tennessee: “Tennessee to Rebid $123M Contract Amid Rigging Accusations” by Travis Loller for Associated Press News

Legislative Issues

Montana: “MT Supreme Court Rejects AG Request to Disqualify Itself in Email Case” by Mike Dennison for KTVH

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