Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 21, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Leadership PACs Are Often Overlooked. These Corny Names Can’t Be Ignored” by Herb Jackson (Roll Call) for MSN

Washington: “Tim Eyman Ordered to Pay $2.9 Million to Cover Washington Attorney General’s Legal Costs” by David Gutman (Seattle Times) for The Chronicle


National: “‘I’m Still a Zero’: Vaccine-resistant Republicans warn that their skepticism is worsening” by Dan Diamond (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Big Spending on Personal Security Ignites Post-Jan. 6 Debate Over Members’ Budgets” by Sarah Ferris and Daniel Payne for Politico

California: “Another Recology Exec Faces Charges of Bribing Mohammed Nuru” by Megan Cassidy (San Francisco Chronicle) for MSN

Florida: “Matt Gaetz’s Scandal Puts a New Spotlight on Florida’s Male-Dominated Capital Culture” by Skyler Swisher (South Florida Sun Sentinel) for Bangor Daily News

Missouri: “Missouri House Member Faces Expulsion After Investigation Finds He Sexually, Physically Abused His Children” by Jaclyn Peiser (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “Eric Adams’ Campaigns and Nonprofit Reaped Big Bucks from Lobbyists and Developers Seeking Help” by Eric Green and Yoav Gonen for The City


Europe: “Government Spends £66,000 on Lobbyists Register Run by Part-Time Boss” by Jim Waterson for The Guardian

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