Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 30, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Massachusetts: “Organizers Seek Up to $25,000 from Donors to Fund Mayor Wu’s Inauguration” by Meghan Irons (Boston Globe) for MSN


National: “Trump Allies Work to Place Supporters in Key Election Posts Across the Country, Spurring Fears About Future Vote Challenges” by Amy Gardner, Tom Hamburger, and Josh Dawsey (Washington Post) for MSN

Michigan: “Benson’s Bid to Make Permanent Absentee Voter Rules Draws Opposition” by Beth LeBlanc for Detroit News


New York: “Senate and Assembly Sexual Harassment Policies Are Not Strong Enough, Some Say” by Michelle Del Rey for Albany Times Union

Ohio: “Big Questions Remain in Huge Medicaid Procurement” by Marty Schladen for Ohio Capital Journal

Pennsylvania: “Pa. Commissioners Called LGBTQ Gathering a ‘Hate Group’ and Denied Funds to Library Where It Was to Meet. So Citizens Stepped In.” by Sydney Page (Washington Post) for MSN


Europe: “New Rules for MPs Proposed in Wake of Lobbying Scandal” by Alan McGuiness for Sky News


Oregon: “Redistricting Reduces Indigenous Voting Power in NW Legislative Races, Advocates Say” by Chris Aadland (Indian Country Today) for Portland Oregonian

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