Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 14, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “FEC Finds Twitter Didn’t Break Law by Blocking Spread of Hunter Biden Story” by Mychael Schnell (The Hill) for MSN

New York: “Hochul Leaves Door Open to Probe of Cuomo Campaign Spending” by Joshua Solomon for Albany Times Union

Virginia: “Campaign Funds Can Be Used for Child Care, Virginia AG Says” by Graham Moomaw for Virginia Mercury


California: “Recology Agrees to Pay $36 Million for Role in Bribes to City Official” by Megan Cassidy (San Francisco Chronicle) for MSN

Florida: “Tallahassee City Commissioner Calls for Ethics Reforms Following Maddox Trial” by Valerie Crowder for WFSU

North Carolina: “NC Lawmakers Turn to Funding Once Ruled Unethical. Are Their $14,000 Salaries the Cause?” by Lucille Sherman (Raleigh News and Observer) for MSN


Europe: “Former Chancellor Philip Hammond Cleared of Breaking Rules After His Lobbying of Treasury Was Ruled Only ‘Incidental’” by Henry Dyer (Business Insider) for Yahoo News

Texas: “Austin ISD Stands by Hire of Ex-State Official Who Resigned Amid Ethics Allegations” by Nicole Foy (Austin American-Statesman) for MSN

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