Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 14, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

New Jersey: “Morris County Lawyer Admits Falsifying Records as Part of Straw Donor Scheme” by Terence McDonald (Bergen Record) for MSN


National: “Dem Pollsters Acknowledge ‘Major Errors’ in 2020 Polling” by Steven Shepard for Politico


National: “Ethics Panel Upholds Metal Detector Fines Totaling $15K Against Rep. Clyde” by Christina Marcos for The Hill

Illinois: “Longtime Precinct Captain for Indicted Ald. Edward Burke Pleads Guilty to Deceiving FBI in Corruption Probe” by Jason Meisner (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

Missouri: “Missouri Legislators Investigating Rick Roeber Ask Prosecutor to Ensure ‘Safety’ of Child” by Jason Hancock (Missouri Independent) for Kansas City Star

New York: “‘Bond Girl’ Talk and Groping: Albany’s toxic culture for women” by Sydney Ember, J. David Goodman, and Luis Ferré-Sadurni for New York Times

Ohio: “Anti-Riot or Anti-Protest? Four Ohio Bills Would Stiffen Penalties for Demonstrators” by Anna Staver (Columbus Dispatch) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Montana: “State Supreme Court Quashes GOP Subpoena Seeking Internal Judiciary Emails” by Mike Dennison (MTN News) for Missoula Current

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