Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 1, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Alaska: “Without Action from Lawmakers, Triple the Cash Can Flow into Alaska Campaigns This Year” by Nathaniel Herz and Iris Samuels (Anchorage Daily News) for Yahoo News

New York: “As Hochul Smashed Fundraising Record, Donors Enjoyed Access” by Chris Bragg and Rebekah Ward for Albany Times Union


National: “Campaigning to Oversee Elections, While Denying the Last One” by Jennifer Medina, Nick Corasaniti, and Reid Epstein (New York Times) for Yahoo News

Florida: “Florida’s Absentee Ballot Restrictions Under Court Review” by Jennifer Kay for Bloomberg Government


National: “Critics Say Ginni Thomas’s Activism Is a Supreme Court Conflict. Under Court Rules, Only Her Husband Can Decide If That’s True.” by Michael Kranish (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “Florida Education Employee’s Spending Spree Wasn’t Authorized” by Ana Ceballos for Miami Herald

New York: “Mayor Adams Granted Waiver to Hire His Brother At $1 Yearly Salary” by Brigid Bergin for Gothamist

Pennsylvania: “Councilman Derek Green Is Proposing Philly’s Biggest Ethics and Elections Reforms in Years. Here’s What’s in It.” by Sean Collins Walsh (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN

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