Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 19, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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California: “California Recall Candidates Use Auto-Donation Tactic Trump Made Famous” by Jeremy White for Politico


Arizona: “‘Our Democracy Is Imperiled’: Maricopa County officials decry 2020 recount as a sham and call on Arizona Republicans to end the process” by Rosalind Helderman (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Biden Administration’s Deep Ties to Uber, Lyft in Spotlight After Vaccine-Assistance Partnership Announced” by Soo Rin Kim and Lucien Bruggeman for ABC News

National: “White House Releases Biden’s Tax Returns in Restoration of Presidential Tradition” by Jason Hoffman, Maegan Vazquez, and Allie Malloy for CNN

Illinois: “With Weeks of Session Left, Dueling Ethics Bills Stalling Despite Multiple Corruption Scandals” by Ben Szalinski (State Journal Register) for Bloomington Pantagraph

Maryland: “Legislation Will Extend State Rules on Gift-Giving to MACo and MML” by Bennett Leckrone for Maryland Matters

Wisconsin: “A ‘Community for All’? Not So Fast, This Wisconsin County Says” by Reid Epstein for New York Times


Iowa: “State Board Requests Information from Group That Claimed Involvement in Iowa Elections Bill” by Erin Murphy for Sioux City Journal

Pennsylvania: “Pa.’s Top Two Republicans Announce Plans for Lobbying Reform, But Is It Enough?” by Marley Parish for Pennsylvania Capital-Star

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