Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 24, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Washington: “WA Supreme Court Throws Out Think Tank’s Attack on Union Political Activity” by Alexis Krell for Tacoma News Tribune


National: “Bloomberg’s 2020 Aides Got an Unwelcome Surprise in Their Tax Forms” by Christopher Cadelago for Politico


Florida: “Plan to Lower Flags for Rush Limbaugh Causing Controversy, Consternation in Florida” by James Call (Tallahassee Democrat) for MSN

Illinois: “Embattled Former Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan Steps Down as State Democratic Party Chair” by Dan Petrella (Chicago Tribune) for Yahoo News

Ohio: “Cleveland Councilman Kenneth Johnson Indicted on Federal Conspiracy Charges Involving Reimbursements from City” by John Caniglia (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN

Oregon: “Oregon Lawmaker Facing Harassment Allegations, Risk of Expulsion, Resigns” by Tim Gruver for Center Square

Legislative Issues

National: “This Congress Is the Most Diverse Ever. But Hill Staffers Remain Overwhelmingly White.” by Maya King for Politico


National: “K Street Eyes a Return of Earmarks to Boost Business” by Kate Ackley (Roll Call) for MSN

New York: “Jimmy Van Bramer Swore Off Special Interest Cash While Money Flowed to Husband’s Film” by Jon Levine for New York Post

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