Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 23, 2024  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

North Carolina: “NC Confidential: Keeping voters in dark about campaign finance probes” by Mehr Shur for Carolina Public Press


National: “‘We Don’t Have a Clear Path to Victory’: DeSantis exits presidential race” by Gary Fineout and Alez Isenstadt (Politico) for Yahoo News

Ohio: “Trans Candidates Face Challenges to Get on Ohio Ballots Over ‘Deadnames'” by Anumita Kaur (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “DC Bar Authorities File Disciplinary Charges Against Pro-Trump 2020 Election Lawyers” by Kyle Cheney (Politico) for MSN

South Carolina: “How Nikki Haley’s Lean Years Led Her into an Ethical Thicket” by Sharon LaFraniere and Alexandra Berzon (New York Times) for Seattle Times

Legislative Issues

National: “How Many of Your State’s Lawmakers Are Women? If You Live in the Southeast, It Could Be Just 1 in 5.” by Jennifer Berry Hawes for ProPublica


New York: “State GOP Officials Took Trip Backed by Chinese Communist Party” by Raga Justin for Albany Times Union


Louisiana: “Louisiana Legislature Approves New Congressional Map with Second Majority-Black District” by Maegan Vazquez (Washington Post) for MSN

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