Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 16, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Florida: “Secret Donor Name in Florida Senate Races Wiped from Records, Replaced” by Samantha Gross and Ana Ceballos for Tampa Bay Times

Kentucky: “Executive Gets One Year in State Prison for Campaign Case Linked to Lexington Council” by Beth Musgrave for Lexington Herald-Leader


National: “Legislatures Across Country Plan Sweeping Election Reform Push” by Reid Wilson for The Hill

Kansas: “Supreme Court Won’t Revive Kansas Voter Registration ID Law” by Staff for Associated Press News


National: “VA Watchdog Told Prosecutors His Probe of Secretary Wilkie’s Effort to Discredit House Staffer Turned Up Possible Criminal Conduct” by Lisa Rein ansd Spencer Hsu (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Attorney General William Barr to Step Down” by Josh Gerstein and Kyle Cheney for Politico

Illinois: “Illinois House Panel Ends Probe of Powerful Speaker Madigan” by John O’Connor for Associated Press News

Tennessee: “Knox County Won’t Kill Ethics Committee, But Could Change Its Rules to Prevent Smears” by Tyler Whetstone for Knoxville News Sentinel


Washington: “Seattle City Council Votes to Require Registration, Disclosure by Public Lobbying Groups” by Daniel Beekman for Seattle Times

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