Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 12, 2024  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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California: “Recall Campaign Against Alameda County DA Pamela Price Paid Thousands to Security Firm Tied to Its Own Leader, Records Show” by Jakob Rodgers (Bay Area News Group) for San Jose Mercury News

Indiana: “Hoosier Political Candidates Can Use Donations for Child Care, Election Officials Say” by Leslie Bonilla Muñiz for Indiana Capital Chronicle


National: “America’s Election Chiefs Are Worried AI Is Coming for Them” by Zach Montellaro (Politico) for Yahoo News


Illinois: “After Most Illinois Supreme Court Justices Recuse Themselves, Ed Burke Keeps His Law License” by Jon Seidel (Chicago Sun-Times) and Dave McKinney for WBEZ

National: “Nationwide Review Finds Patchwork, ‘Broken’ Systems for Resolving Open Records Disputes” by Josh Kelety (Associated Press), Eric Scicchitano, and Carson Gerber (CNHI News) for MSN

New Jersey: “George Norcross Probe: Prosecutors have broadened their investigation of the N.J. power broker beyond Camden real estate deals” by Andrew Seidman and Jeremy Roebuck (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN

Ohio: “Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Stands Behind Aide While She Stays Mum About Bribery Scandal” by Marty Schladen for Ohio Capital Journal

Oklahoma: “New Ethics Commission Executive Director to ‘Renew Our Focus on Education'” by Michael McNutt for NonDoc

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