Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 16, 2024  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Maryland: “Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Issues Refunds, Amends Donations After Reporting 9 Over $6K Max” by Emily Opilo (Baltimore Sun) for MSN

Virginia: “Unleash America Was Supposed to Be About Supporting Va. Candidates. But the Money Didn’t Go There.” by Elizabeth Beyer (Staunton News Leader) for Yahoo News


National: “Election Workers Face Flood of Threats, but Charges Are Few” by Eileen Sullivan (New York Times) for DNyuz


National: “Corruption or Just Politics? Supreme Court Weighs New Bribery Case as More Clashes Are Brewing” by Jan Wolfe and C. Ryan Barber (Wall Street Journal) for MSN

Hawaii: “Retired State Ag Official’s Return to The Agency Has Critics Concerned Over Conflicts Of Interest” by Thomas Heaton for Honolulu Civil Beat

New York: “How a Hush Money Scandal Tied to a Porn Star Led to Trump’s First Criminal Trial” by Michael Sisak and Eric Tucker for Associated Press News

South Dakota: “Four South Dakota Tribes Bar Gov. Kristi Noem, Trump V.P. Contender, From Lands” by Neil Vigdor (New York Times) for Spokane Spokesman-Review

Legislative Issues

National: “Supreme Court Snubs House Republicans Who Dodged Metal Detectors in Congress After Jan. 6” by Dan Morrison (USA Today) for MSN

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