Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 17, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “The Little Red Boxes Making a Mockery of Campaign Finance Laws” by Shane Goldmacher (New York Times) for Yahoo News

National: “U.S. Supreme Court Backs Ted Cruz, Dumps Campaign Finance Restriction” by Lawrence Hurley (Reuters) for MSN

New York: “Corporate Campaign Donors Identify Themselves Thanks to New York Focus Nudge” by Sam Mellins for New York Focus


Georgia: “Georgia County Under Scrutiny After Claim of Post-Election Breach” by Emma Brown and Amy Gardner (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “A Fringe Conspiracy Theory, Fostered Online, Is Refashioned by the GOP” by Nicholas Confessore and Karen Yourish (New York Times) for Hartford Courant

Michigan: “Feds Charge Ex-Romulus Mayor with Wire Fraud in Corruption Crackdown” by Robert Snell for Detroit News

Ohio: “Cincinnati Launches New Office of Ethics and Good Government to Rebuild ‘Public Trust’” by Casey Weldon for Spectrum News


West Virginia: “‘Everyone Was Shocked’: How WV’s ethics laws allowed someone barred from lobbying to try to influence legislators anyway” by Ian Karbal for Mountain State Spotlight

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