Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 11, 2023  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Hawaii: “Campaign Cash Flowed to Hawaii Senators Just Before an Energy Bill Vote. Reform Measures Won’t Stop It” by Stewart Yerton for Honolulu Civil Beat

New Jersey: “Advocates See Few Upsides to Recent Pay-to-Play Overhaul” by Nikita Biryukov for New Jersey Monitor

Pennsylvania: “The Philadelphia Board of Ethics Is Accusing Mayoral Candidate Jeff Brown of Illegally Coordinating with a Super PAC” by Chris Brennan, Sean Collins Walsh, Anna Orsco (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN


National: “New Report Outlines the Deep Political Polarization’s Slow and Steady March” by Paul Kane (Washington Post) for MSN

Virginia: “Hounded by Baseless Voter Fraud Allegations, an Entire County’s Election Staff Quits in Virginia” by Jane Timm (NBC News) for MSN


National: “Meta Won’t Say If Politicians Can Post AI-Made Fakes Without Warnings” by Isaac Stanley-Becker (Washington Post) for MSN

Texas: “Gov. Greg Abbott Announces He Will Push to Pardon Daniel Perry After Murder Conviction” by Tony Plohetski, Claire Osborn, and Ryan Autullo (Austin American-Statesman) for MSN


Arizona: “Arizona Republican Said She ‘Barely’ Met with Lobbyists, but Her Calendar Shows Otherwise” by Jerod MacDonald-Evoy for Arizona Mirror

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