Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 28, 2020  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Indiana: “Spectacle Entertainment’s Vigo County Casino in Jeopardy Due to Federal Probe” by Kaitlin Lange and Crystal Hill for Indianapolis Star

Missouri: “Alvin Parks Still Banned from Ballot. Here’s His Plan to Get Elected in East St. Louis.” by Kavahn Mansouri for Belleville News-Democrat


National: “Sanders Supporters Have Weaponized Facebook to Spread Angry Memes About His Democratic Rivals” by Craig Timberg and Isaac Stanley-Becker for Washington Post


National: “Trump Tied Ukraine Aid to Inquiries He Sought, Bolton Book Says” by Maggie Haberman and Michael Schmidt (New York Times) for MSN

Massachusetts: “Former City Hall Aide John Lynch Sentenced to 40 Months for Bribery” by Milton Valencia for Boston Globe

Michigan: “Sexual Harassment Claims Reflect Capitol ‘Culture,’ Some Michigan Lawmakers Say” by Beth LeBlanc and Craig Mauger for Detroit News

New York: “Lackluster Probes Followed Alleged Ethics’ Leak to Cuomo” by Brendan Lyons and Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Legislative Issues

Colorado: “Lawmakers Can Be Parents Too. But Capitol Policies Don’t Always Make It Easy” by Bente Birkeland for Colorado Public Radio

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