Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 31, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Canada: “How Interested Outsiders Use ‘Third Party’ Status to Promote Causes, Influence Election” by Christian Pass-Lang for CBC

New Mexico: “Judge Reverses Decision to Deny Gonzales Funds” by Jessica Dyer for Albuquerque Journal


Texas: “Texas House Passes New Voting Restrictions as Democratic Hopes of Killing the Legislation Wane” by Alexa Ura for Texas Tribune


National: “Are Censures of Politicians a Form of Free Speech or a Threat to It?” by Adam Liptak for New York Times

National: “January 6 Committee to Ask Telecommunications Companies to Preserve Phone Records of Members of Congress Who Participated in ‘Stop the Steal’ Rally” by Ryan Nobles, Zachary Cohen, Annie Grayer, and Whitney Wild for CNN

Rhode Island: “Anthony Silva, McKee’s Chief of Staff, Resigns Amid Wetlands Controversy” by Antonia Noori Farzan (Providence Journal) for MSN

Legislative Issues

National: “As Washington Stews, State Legislatures Increasingly Shape American Politics” by Michael Wines for New York Times


Florida: “VancoreJones, Paid to ‘Influence Local Government,’ Failed to Register as Lobbyists” by Steve Stewart for Tallahassee Reports

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