Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 3, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Nonprofit Tied to Amalgamated Bank Looks to Capture Corporate Donors Through New Fund Following Capitol Hill Riot” by Brian Schwartz for CNBC

North Dakota: “Bill Seeks More Transparency in Political Advertisements” by Dylan Sherman (North Dakota Newspaper Association) for Dickinson Press


National: “An Emboldened Extremist Wing Flexes Its Power in a Leaderless G.O.P.” by Annie Karni and Sam Baker for New York Times

National: “Trump’s Actions Described as ‘a Betrayal of Historic Proportions’ in Trial Brief Filed by House Impeachment Managers” by Amy Gardner, Karoun Demirjian, and Colby Itkowitz (Washington Post) for MSN

Illinois: “Worth Township Trustee Pleads Guilty to Tax Charge Stemming from Ongoing Political Corruption Probe” by Jason Meisner (Chicago Tribune) for Yahoo News

Legislative Issues

Virginia: “Legislator Censured After Praising Capitol Rioters Files Suit against Virginia Senate” by Laura Vozzella (Washington Post) for MSN

Washington DC: “The Capitol Fence Meant D.C. Couldn’t Enact Laws. Vice President Harris’s Office Stepped In.” by Julie Zauzmer for Washington Post


Texas: “Should Cities’ Funds Be Used to Pay Lobbyists? Texas Bill Bids to Put a Stop to It” by Philip Jankowski for Austin American-Statesman


Indiana: “As Indiana’s Legislature Considers Redistricting This Year, Experts Look Back on the Impact of Gerrymandering” by Alexandra Kukulka (Post Tribune) for Chicago Tribune

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