Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 23, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Arizona: “AG Says Pima County Ban on Political Contributions Unconstitutional” by Jeremy Duda for Arizona Mirror

Colorado: “Denver Clerk Lopez Contracts with Outside Group to Run City’s Campaign Finance System” by Staff for North Denver Tribune

Maine: “Maine Regulator Can Get Financial Records from Anti-CMP Corridor Group, Judge Rules” by Caitlin Andrews for Bangor Daily News


National: “Undercutting Trump, Barr Says There’s No Basis for Seizing Voting Machines, Using Special Counsels for Election Fraud, Hunter Biden” by Matt Zapotosky (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Trump Will Face Different Twitter Rules When He Leaves Office” by Emily Glazer (Wall Street Journal) for MSN

National: “House Intends to Reissue Subpoena for Trump’s Financial Records Next Year” by Kyle Cheney for Politico

Kansas: “Wichita City Council Member James Clendenin to Resign Amid Investigation, Controversy” by Chance Swaim for Wichita Eagle

Virginia: “In Richmond, the Case of the State Senator and the Judge Draws Attention to Lax Ethics Rules” by Gregory Schneider (Washington Post) for MSN

Legislative Issues

California: “Newsom Appoints Alex Padilla to Fill Harris’ Senate Seat” by Jeremy White for Politico

Massachusetts: “House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo Discloses He’s in Talks for Job at Northeastern, Setting Off Succession Campaign” by Matt Stout and Andrea Estes (Boston Globe) for MSN


Illinois: “Rules Requiring Nonprofits to Register as Lobbyists Delayed Again” by Heather Cherone for WTTW

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