Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 22, 2019  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Congress Has Long Sought to Bar Foreign Campaign Contributions” by Todd Ruger for Roll Call

California: “Company at Center of Insurance Commissioner’s Contributions Scandal Sold Without California Approval” by Jeff McDonald for San Diego Union-Tribune

Maine: “Candidate for Maine Governor Paid Clean Elections Money to Future Employer” by Scott Thistle for Portland Press Herald


National: “Facebook Fine-Tunes Disinformation Defenses – but Leaves Controversial Political Ad Rules Intact” by Tony Romm for Washington Post

Florida: “Being Poor Shouldn’t Stop Florida Felons from Voting, Judge Rules in Amendment 4 Case” by Lawrence Mower for Tampa Bay Times


National: “Family Ties Have Troubled Many National Politicians” by Tom Brune for Newsday

National: “‘C’est Moi’: Mitt Romney admits to running secret Twitter account under the alias ‘Pierre Delecto’” by Allyson Chiu (Washington Post) for MSN

Wyoming: “Wyoming’s First Public Records Ombudsman Aims to Boost Transparency” by Tom Coulter (Wyoming Tribune Eagle) for Laramie Boomerang

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