Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 12, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

New York: “Emails Reveal How Major Hochul Campaign Donors Seek Sway” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union


Georgia: “With Biden’s Voting Rights Push Stalled, Georgia Activists Regroup” by Matthew Brown (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Jan. 6 Panel Has Evidence for Criminal Referral of Trump, but Splits on Sending” by Michael Schmidt and Luke Broadwater (New York Times) for Yahoo News

California: “S.F.’s Environmental Official Resigns Over Alleged $25,000 Donation” by Adam Shanks and Jessica Wolfrom for San Francisco Examiner

Legislative Issues

National: “Partisan ‘Doom Loop’? The Answer Is More Parties, This Group Says” by Jim Saska (Roll Call) for MSN


National: “Crypto Industry Helps Write, and Pass, Its Own Agenda in State Capitols” by Eric Lipton and David Yaffee-Bellany (New York Times) for Seattle Times

Illinois: “Emails Show Valencia Promoted Smart City Development While Her Lobbyist Husband Profited from It” by Mark Maxwell for WCIA

Pennsylvania: “Draft Bills and Late-Night Emails Reveal Cozy Ties Between Pa. State Lawmaker, Casino Lobbyists” by Angela Couloumbis (Spotlight PA) for PennLive.com

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