Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 3, 2023  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Santos, a Suburban House and $11,000 in Campaign Payments for ‘Rent’” by Grace Ashford and Dana Rubinstein (New York Times) for Yahoo News

Arizona: “After Overwhelming Voter OK, Political ‘Dark Money’ Law Hailed as Model” by Emilee Miranda for Cronkite News

California: “Buried Treasure: California politicians stash $35 million in leftover campaign cash” by Alexei Koseff and Ben Christopher (CalMatters) for MSN


National: “House Joins Senate in Passing Electoral Count Act Overhaul in Response to Jan. 6 Attack” by Amy Wang and Liz Goodwin (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Trump Tax Returns Undermine His Image as a Successful Entrepreneur” by Jim Tankersley, Susanne Craig, and Russ Buettner (New York Times) for Yahoo News

Kansas: “A Battle Over Subpoenas of Kansas Republican Officials Is Heating Up. Here Is What’s at Stake.” by Andrew Bahl (Topeka Capital Journal) for Yahoo News


Florida: “Florida’s Expanded Lobbying Ban Faces Legal Challenge. Some Officials Already Resigned” by Anna Ceballos (Miami Herald) for MSN

Ohio: “FirstEnergy Secretly ‘Engaged’ Corey Lewandowski to Lobby Trump for a Public Bailout, Subpoenaed Records Confirm After Years of Denials” by Dave Anderson for Energy and Policy Institute

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