Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 17, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “A GOP Donor Gave $2.5 Million for a Voter Fraud Investigation. Now He Wants His Money Back.” by Shawn Boberg and Jon Swaine (Washington Post) for MSN

Montana: “Gianforte Repeals Directives Made by Former Governor” by Amy Beth Hanson for Associated Press News

Ethics

National: “Adam Kinzinger’s Lonely Mission” by Reid Epstein for New York Times

National: “House Homeland Security Chairman Sues Trump and Giuliani, Accusing Them of Inciting Capitol Riot” by Spener Hsu (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “New York Ethics Panel Chair Steps Down, Replaced by Ex-Cuomo Aide” by Bernadette Hogan for New York Post

South Carolina: “Accountability Suffers as Newspaper Closures Grow in SC, Nation” by Glenn Smith and Tony Bartelme (Charleston Post and Courier) for Times and Democrat

Legislative Issues

North Dakota: “Once Again, N.D. Lawmakers Ponder the Benefits, Costs of Annual Sessions” by Brayden Zencker (Devil’s Lake Journal) for MSN

Lobbying

Canada: “Democracy Watch Asks Ontario Court to Stop ‘Biased’ Watchdog from Letting PC Insiders Lobby” by Emma Paling for HuffPost

Florida: “State Finds No Sunshine Law Violations in Orlando Airport Probe but Details Behind-the-Scenes Maneuvering” by Jason Garcia and Kevin Spear for Orlando Sentinel

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