Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 11, 2023  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Vivek Ramaswamy Is Paying Supporters to Find Him Donors” by Natalie Adams (Politico) for Yahoo News

Washington: “Lynnwood Councilman Tells PDC He Doesn’t Know How to Write Checks to Pay Fines” by Mario Lotmore for Lynnwood Times


Iowa: “Iowa Republicans Will Hold 2024 Caucuses on January 15” by Ethan Cohen for CNN

National: “GOP States Quit the Program That Fights Voter Fraud. Now They’re Scrambling.” by Zach Montellaro (Politico) for Yahoo News


California: “California Bill That Would Make Google, Meta, Twitter and Apple Pay for News Won’t Move Forward This Year” by Ashley Zavala for KCRA

National: “Where Clarence Thomas Entered an Elite Circle and Opened a Door to the Court” by Abbie VanSickle and Steve Eder (New York Times) for Seattle Times


Colorado: “Here’s How Much Lobbyists Spent to Sway Lawmakers During the 2023 Session” by Nick Coltrain (Denver Post) for MSN

Louisiana: “How One Baton Rouge Lobbyist Is Harnessing AI” by Holly Duchmann for Baton Rouge Business Report

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