Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 9, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Murdoch’s Son and Daughter-in-Law Spent Millions on Progressive Causes in 2020 Cycle” by Ollie Gratzinger for Center for Responsive Politics


National: “Women Make Record-Breaking Gains Across State Legislatures” by Julia Manchester for The Hill

Pennsylvania: “Trump Asks Pennsylvania House Speaker for Help Overturning Election Results, Personally Intervening in a Third State” by Amy Gardner, Josh Dawsey, and Rachael Bade (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Steakhouses, Hill Bars and Ski Trips: GOP carries on amid the pandemic” by Sarah Ferris, Melanie Zanona, and Daniel Lippman for Politico

Florida: “Florida Police Raid House of Fired Data Scientist Who Alleged State Manipulated Covid-19 Stats” by Reis Thebault (Washington Post) for MSN

Missouri: “Medical Marijuana Subpoena May Have Been Connected to Independence FBI Probe” by Jason Hancock (Missouri Independence) for Columbia News Tribune

Ohio: “P.G. Sittenfeld Accepts Suspension from Cincinnati City Council After Arrest on Bribery Charges” by Sharon Coolidge (Cincinnati Enquirer) for MSN


Iowa: “Iowa’s Contact-Tracing Firm Helped Trump, Reynolds Campaigns” by Ryan Foley for Associated Press News


Arizona: “Judge Dismisses Dem Lawsuit Challenging Independent Redistricting Candidates” by Jeremy Duda for Arizona Mirror

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