Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 19, 2023  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Hawaii: “This Hawaii Super PAC Says It’s Raising Money for Wildfire Victims – And Political Candidates Too” by Allan Kew for Honolulu Civil Beat


National: “Lawmakers Are Spending Way More to Keep Themselves Safe. Is It Enough?” by Greg Morton, Marianna Sotomayor, and Camila DeChalus (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Prosecutors in D.C. Election Case Are Seeking a Partial Gag Order for Trump” by Associated Press for NPR

National: “Alito Pauses Order Banning Biden Officials from Contacting Tech Platforms” by Josh Gerstein and Rebecca Kern for Politico

Texas: “Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Acquitted on All 16 Articles of Impeachment” by Zach Despart (Texas Tribune) for MSN


Arizona: “Arizona Gov. Hobbs Leans on Lobbyists in New Administration: How does she prevent conflicts?” by Stacey Barchenger (Arizona Republic) for Yahoo News

Canada: “Changes to Lobbying Rules Could Spell End to 50 Years of Free Trips to Israel for Canadian MPs, Senators” by Steven Chase for Globe and Mail

Ohio: “Nearly 150 Now Say They Didn’t Agree to Use Their Names on Pro-Fracking Form Letters” by Jake Zuckerman, Sean McDonnell, and Gretchen Cuda Kroen (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN

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