Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 10, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Maryland: “Exclusive: U.S. congressman’s campaign may violate state election law” by Eric Cortellessa (Time) for Yahoo News


National: “Inside Mark Meadows’s Final Push to Keep Trump in Power” by Michael Kranish (Washington Post) for MSN


Hawaii: “Will Former Lawmakers’ Bribery Charges Lead to Broader Government Reform?” by Blaze Lovell for Honolulu Civil Beat

Mississippi: “No More Anonymity, No Complaints During Election Season: Changes to city ethics complaints process coming” by Angele Latham (Jackson Sun) for Yahoo News

Oregon: “Prison Club for Oregon’s Convicted Killers Investigated for Financial ‘Discrepancies’” by Noelle Crombie (Portland Oregonian) for MSN

Virginia: “Battling Yard Signs on a Quiet Corner in Alexandria” by Emily Davies (Washington Post) for MSN

Legislative Issues

National: “Pelosi Sets $45,000 Minimum Yearly Salary for House Staff” by Associated Press for MSN


New York: “For Nonprofits, a Voice in Lobbying Is Often Out of Reach Due to Rules” by Brendan Lyons for Albany Times Union

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