Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 1, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Vermont: “‘So Blatantly Illegal’: Liam Madden admits to funneling money through family to inflate campaign finance numbers” by Sarah Mearhoff for VTDigger.org

Washington DC: “At-Large Councilmember Elissa Silverman Misspent Public Campaign Funds on Poll, Says Regulator” by Martin Austermuhle for DCist


National: “Churches Are Breaking the Law by Endorsing in Elections, Experts Say. The IRS Looks the Other Way.” by Jeremy Schwartz and Jessica Priest (ProPublica/Texas Tribune Investigative Unit) for MSN

Arizona: “Federal Judge in Arizona Rejects Restraining Order Request, Lets Group Monitor Ballot Drop Boxes” by Associated Press for NBC News

Nevada: “How One Small-Town Lawyer Faced Down the Plans of Election Skeptics” by Stephanie McCrummen (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “U.S. Capitol Police Officer Convicted of Obstructing Jan. 6 Probe” by Tom Jackman (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “Bribery Trial Opens for Hotel Company Linked to José Huizar Case” by City News Service for Spectrum News


National: “He’s an Outspoken Defender of Meat. Industry Funds His Research, Files Show.” by Hiroko Tabuchi (New York Times) for DNyuz

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