Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 15, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “U.S. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry Set to Go on Trial, Which Will Focus on His Memory and Money” by Todd Cooper (Omaha World-Herald) for Lincoln Journal-Star

Tennessee: “Tennessee Kickback Scandal Leaves GOP Reps Feeling Betrayed” by Jonathan Mattise (Associated Press) for MSN


National: “Ginni Thomas, Wife of Supreme Court Justice, Says She Attended Jan. 6 ‘Stop-the-Steal’ Rally Before Capitol Attack” by Mariana Alfaro (Washington Post) for MSN

Oregon: “One of the Creators of Oregon’s Legal Psychedelic Mushroom Program Leaves Advisory Board” by Lizzy Acker for Portland Oregonian

Vermont: “Ethics Bill Gets Green Light from Key Committee” by Lola Duffort for VTDigger.org


National: “Lobbying Broke All-Time Mark in 2021 Amid Flurry of Government Spending” by Jonathan O’Connell and Anu Narayanswamy (Washington Post) for MSN

Louisiana: “Louisiana Lobbyist Arrested for Domestic Violence Faces Restrictions, Questions at Capitol” by Julie O’Donoghue for Louisiana Illuminator

New York: “Adams Quietly Undoes de Blasio-Era Lobbying Disclosure Requirement” by Sally Goldenberg (Politico) for MSN

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