Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 7, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

North Dakota: “Citing Too Much Paperwork, North Dakota Lawmakers Sink Bills to Boost Campaign Finance Transparency” by Jeremy Turley for Inforum.com

Elections

California: “How GOP Used Misinformation, Partisan News Sites to Flip California House Seats” by Freddie Brewster and Katie Licari for CalMatters

Ethics

National: “Matt Gaetz, Loyal for Years to Trump, Is Said to Have Sought a Blanket Pardon” by Michael Schmidt, Maggie Haberman, and Nicholas Fandos for New York Times

National: “Former Trump HUD Official Fined, Barred from Government Employment” by Katy O’Donnell for Politico

Illinois: “Illinois House Hears Ethics Proposals, Including ‘Revolving Door’ Prohibition for Lawmakers” by Greg Bishop for The Center Square

Ohio: “Columbus Zoo Investigation: CEO used zoo money personally, failed to bid construction project at The Wilds” by Alissa Widman Reese (Columbus Dispatch) for MSN

Lobbying

National: “White House Meets Little Resistance in Hiring Former Lobbyists” by Alex Gangitano for The Hill

North Carolina: “Bar Lobbyists from UNC Board of Governors, a New Bill Says. 3 of Them Are Members Now.” by Lucille Sherman and Kate Murphy (Raleigh News and Observer) for MSN

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