Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 24, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Stefanik Echoed ‘Great Replacement’ Theory. But Firms Kept Donating.” by Todd Frankel and Dylan Freedman (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “How Did Disneyland’s Main Political Spending Vehicle Land in the Middle of an FBI Complaint?” by Nick Gerda for Voice of OC


National: “January 6 Committee Investigating Capitol Tour Given by GOP Lawmaker on the Eve of the Insurrection” by Ryan Nobles, Annie Grayer, and Zachary Cohen for CNN

National: “Kushner’s and Mnuchin’s Quick Pivots to Business with the Gulf” by Kate Kelly and David Kirkpatrick (New York Times) for Yahoo News

Illinois: “Feds Recorded Mike Madigan Learning About Secret Payments to Controversial Ex-Political Aide, Court Records Show” by Mark Brown, John Seidel, and Tina Sfondeles for Chicago Sun-Times

Oklahoma: “Billionaires Pushing Charter Schools Fund Oklahoma Education Secretary’s Six-Figure Salary” by Clifton Adcock and Reese Gorman (The Frontier) and Jennifer Palmer for Oklahoma Watch

Virginia: “Former Norfolk Sheriff Bob McCabe Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison” by Jane Harper (Virginian-Pilot) for Yahoo News

Wisconsin: “Senate Candidates Can Avoid Financial Disclosure Before Primaries. Watchdogs Say That’s a Problem” by Alexander Shur (Wisconsin State Journal) for madison.com

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