Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 18, 2023  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

New York: “NYC Campaign Finance Board Demands Transparency from Everyone – but Itself” by Brigid Bergin for Gothamist

Pennsylvania: “Allegheny County Council Votes to Limit Role of Outside Money in Local Races” by Julia Zenkevich for WESA


National: “Prosecutors Ask Witnesses Whether Trump Acknowledged He Lost 2020 Race” by Michael Schmidt and Maggie Haberman (New York Times) for Seattle Times


California: “S.F. City Hall Corruption: Top SFPUC official found guilty of fraud” by St. John Barned-Smith (San Francisco Chronicle) for MSN

National: “Social Media Restrictions on Biden Officials Are Paused in Appeal” by David McCabe and Steve Lohr (New York Times) for Las Vegas Sun

Oregon: “Ethics Commission Says Fagan May Have Used Her Public Position for Private Gain, Launches Full Investigation” by Sophia Peel for Willamette Week


National: “Gallagher Rolls Out ‘Retroactive Foreign Agents Registration Act’ with Bipartisan Support” by Brooke Singman (Fox News) for Yahoo News

Florida: “Report: Moonlighting ex-Collier official lobbied for county vendor in ‘apparent’ conflict of interest” by Rachel Heimann Mercader (Florida Center for Government Accountability) for WGCU

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