Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 8, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Texas: “Ads Against Abbott, Other Texas Republicans by Coulda Been Worse Test Campaign Ethics Law” by Allie Morris and Robert Garrett (Dallas Morning News) for MSN

Washington DC: “D.C. Elections Board Denies Silverman’s Request to Vacate Ruling on Ward 3 Poll” by Michael Brice-Saddler (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Fed Up with Political Text Messages? Read On.” by Natasha Singer (New York Times) for Yahoo News


National: “Investigators Search for Pricey Gifts to Trump from Foreign Leaders” by Jacqueline Alemany and Josh Dawsey (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “Jury Returns Guilty Verdicts on All Counts in Santa Clara County Sheriff Corruption Trial” by Robert Salonga (Bay Area News Group) for MSN

Kentucky: “‘Shocks the Conscience.’ Panel Orders Kentucky Judge Removed Over Ethics Violations” by Bill Estep (Lexington Herald Leader) for MSN


Florida: “Conflicts of Interest, Cronyism at SFRTA, Tri-Rail’s Operator, Amid Furtive Renewal of Costly Lobbying Contract” by Dan Christensen for Florida Bulldog

Maine: “Maine Gives Companies More Time to Disclose PFAS Use After Requests from Lobbying Groups” by Mehr Sher for Bangor Daily News

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