Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 12, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Arkansas: “Groups Use Arkansas PACs Loophole to Donate Above Campaign Contribution Limits” by Lisa Hammersly for Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Oklahoma: “Oklahoma Ethics Commission Fines PAC [$62,750]” by Kim Jarrett for Center Square


National: “The Fight Over Truth Also Has a Red State, Blue State Divide” by Steven Lee Myers and Cecilia Kang (New York Times) for Yahoo News

National: “U.S. Appeals Court Upholds Release of Trump Financial Records to House” by Spencer Hsu (Washington Post) for MSN

Michigan: “Ex-State Rep. Inman Can [Face] Bribery, Extortion Charges Again, Court Rules” by Hayley Harding for Detroit News

Ohio: “PG Sittenfeld Found Guilty of Bribery and Extortion, Not Guilty on Other Four Charges” by Paula Christian, Felicia Jordan, and Taylor Weiter for WCPO


National: “‘Operation Higher Court’: Inside the religious right’s efforts to wine and dine Supreme Court justices” by Peter Canellos and Josh Gerstein (Politico) for Yahoo News

New York: “NYC Comptroller Brad Lander Got OK from Conflicts Board on Contracts with Nonprofits Tied to Wife’s Group” by Michael Gartland and Clayton Guse (New York Daily News) for MSN

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