Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 28, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Connecticut: “As a New Field of Candidates Lines Up for CT Taxpayer-Funded Campaign Grants, a Long-Ignored Elections Complaint Causes Concern About Landmark Reforms” by Edmund Mahoney (Hartford Courant) for MSN


National: “Violent Threats to Election Workers Are Common. Prosecutions Are Not.” by Michael Wines and Eliza Fawcett (New York Times) for Yahoo News

National: “The Supreme Court Has Chipped Away at the Voting Rights Act for 9 Years. This Case Could Be the Next Blow.” by Zach Montellaro (Politico) for Yahoo News

National: “Ron Johnson Now Says He Helped Coordinate Effort to Pass False Elector Slates to Pence, but His New Explanation Drew a Quick Rebuke” by Molly Beck and Lawrence Andrea (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) for Yahoo Finance


Florida: “‘Unsettling,’ ‘Un-American’: FPL consultant obtained personal information, surveillance photo of journalist Nate Monroe” by David Bauerlein (Florida Times-Union) for Yahoo News

Illinois: “GOP Lawmaker Calls Roe Ruling ‘Victory for White Life’ as Trump Rally Cheers” by Jennifer Hassan (Washington Post) for MSN

New Mexico: “NM Department Heads, Others Didn’t Disclose Financial Info” by Dan McKay (Albuquerque Journal) for Yahoo News


Idaho: “Lobbying or Campaigning? Idaho Political Organizations Did Both Before Primary Election” by Kelcie Moseley-Morris for Idaho Capital Sun

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