Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 29, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Candidates Recoup $5M in Old Campaign Loans So Far Thanks to Ted Cruz’s $555K Court Win” by Todd Gillman (Dallas Morning News) for MSN

Georgia: “Hall County Solicitor Accused of Ignoring Campaign Finance Laws” by Randy Travis for WAGA


National: “‘Opening the Gates of Hell’: Musk says he will revive banned accounts” by Taylor Lorenz (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Trump Faulted for Dinner with White Nationalist, Rapper Ye” by Jill Colvin (Associated Press) for Yahoo News

California: “Former California Police Chief Charged in CalPERS Double-Dipping Fraud Case” by Randy Diamond (Sacramento Bee) for MSN

Missouri: “Eric Schmitt’s Office Did Not Keep Travel Records after 2020, Raising Transparency Concerns” by Kacen Bayless and Daniel Desrochers (Kansas City Star) for AOL


Kentucky: “What You Need to Know About Louisville Metro’s New Lobbying Rules” by Roberto Roldan for WFPL

New York: “U.S. Supreme Court Leans Toward Limiting Public Corruption Prosecutions” by Nate Raymond and Andrew Chung (Reuters) for MSN

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