Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 13, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Michigan: “Mayor Defends Using Campaign Funds on Daughter’s Wedding, Argues It Doubled as Campaign Event” by Natalie Colarossi (Newsweek) for MSN

Ohio: “Dem Star Nina Turner Blows Pledge Not to Take Lobbyist Money” by Roger Sollenberger (Daily Beast) for MSN


Texas: “A Texas Man Was Arrested on Charges That He Voted in the 2020 Democratic Primary While on Parole. He Could Face as Much as 20 Years in Prison.” by Amy Gardner (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “An American Kingdom” by Stephanie McCrummen (Washington Post) for MSN

Legislative Issues

New York: “How Will Government Meetings Adjust to a Post-Zoom World?” by Bill Mahoney for Politico


National: “As a High-Ranking Biden Aide Pushes Congress to Raise Inheritance Taxes, His Brother Lobbies Against It” by Michael Scherer, Jeff Stein, and Sean Sullivan (Washington Post) for MSN

Idaho: “Multiple Complaints Accuse Idaho Freedom Foundation of Breaking Nonprofit Rules” by Clark Corbin and Audrey Dutton (Idaho Capital Sun) for KPVI

New Mexico: “How Big Oil Keeps a Grip on New Mexico – with the Help of a Major Lobbyist” by Cody Nelson (Floodlight) and Adrian Hedden (Carlsbad Current-Argus) for MSN

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