Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 31, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Illinois: “Chicago-Based Marijuana Giant Part of Federal Pay-to-Play Investigation” by Jason Meisner and Ray Long (Chicago Tribune) for MSN


Arizona: “Mark Finchem Sought to Overturn the Presidential Race. Now He Wants to Run Arizona’s Elections” by Andrew Oxfors (Arizona Republic) for MSN


National: “Matt Gaetz Under Investigation Over Possible Sex Trafficking” by Michael Schmidt, Katie Benner, and Nicholas Fandos (New York Times) for MSN

Florida: “Carla Miller Retiring from City Ethics Office” by Max Marbut for Jacksonville Daily Record

Illinois: “Longtime Political Operative for Ald. Edward Burke, Former State Sen. Martin Sandoval Charged with Deceiving FBI” by Jason Meisner for MSN

New York: “New Accounts Detail How New York Health Officials Were Told to Prioritize Coronavirus Testing of People Connected to Andrew Cuomo” by Amy Brittain, Josh Dawsey, and Sarah Ellison (Washington Post) for MSN

Ohio: “Top Columbus Zoo Officials Resign Following Dispatch Investigation” by Jennifer Smola and Alissa Widman Neese (Columbus Dispatch) for MSN


Europe: “Cameron ‘Blocked Rule Change’ That Left ‘Open Door’ for Him to Lobby for Greensill” by Kayleena Makortoff (Guardian) for MSN

South Carolina: “Former SC Governor, Congressman Sanford Joins Lobbying Firm” by Meg Kinnard for Associated Press News

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