Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 27, 2023  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “The Super PAC Frenzy Redefining Campaign Operations” by Jessica Piper and Sally Goldenberg (Politico) for Yahoo News


Arizona: “Kari Lake Accused of Defamation in Suit Filed by Arizona Election Official” by Yvonne Winget Sanchez and Mariana Alfaro (Washington Post) for MSN

Oregon: “Voters Will Be Asked to Create Commission to Change Elected Leaders’ Salaries” by Dianne Lugo for Salem Statesman-Journal


Alabama: “Former Alabama Ethics Commission Director Says New Law Could Silence Whistleblowers” by Mike Cason (AL.com) for MSN

National: “How Judges Navigate Offers of Free Lunch, Trips and NBA Tickets” by Zoe Tillman (Bloomberg News) for Bloomberg Law

Florida: “Former Broward Mayor Accused of Firing Staffer to Clear Developer for $102M Loan” by Grethel Aguila (Miami Herald) for MSN


Oklahoma: “Oklahoma Lobbyist Spending Rebounds from Pandemic-Era Decline” by Keaton Ross for Oklahoma Watch


Louisiana: “Supreme Court Clears Way for Redrawing of Louisiana Congressional Map” by Melissa Quinn (CBS News) for MSN

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