Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 5, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Montana: “Montana Supreme Court Says COPP Can’t Issue Subpoena for Records” by Holly Michels for Montana Standard

Ohio: “Ohio Elections Complaint Seeks Campaign Spending Details from Householder-Aligned Candidate” by Andrew Tobias (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN


National: “Newsmax Issues Retraction and Apology to Dominion Employee Over Election Stories” by Bente Birkeland for National Public Radio


Illinois: “A Slew of Ex-State Lawmakers Face Criminal Charges, but Critics Question Whether Proposed Reforms Are Enough for Illinois’ ‘Very Vibrant Culture of Corruption’” by Dan Petrella and Jenny Whidden for Chicago Tribune

Michigan: “Detroit City Councilman Gabe Leland Pleads Guilty to Misconduct in Office, Resigns” by Christine Ferretti for Detroit News

New York: “Larry Schwartz, Cuomo’s Volunteer COVID Vaccine Czar, Stepping Down” by Dennis Slattery (New York Daily News) for MSN

North Carolina: “Ex-Buncombe Commissioner Vice Chair Frost Sentenced to 6 Months for Corruption; May Appeal” by Joel Burgess (Asheville Citizen Times) for MSN


National: “ESG Lobbying Surges with Democratic Control of Washington” by Laura Weiss (Roll Call) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “One Ritzy Fundraiser Shows How Tough Selling Lobbying Reform in Pa. Will Be” by Angela Couloumbis (Spotlight PA), Brad Bumsted, and Sam Janesch (The Caucus) for Spotlight PA

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