Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 7, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Supreme Court Ruling Opens Door to More Campaign Finance Challenges” by Karl Evers-Hillstrom (The Hill) for MSN


Montana: “How G.O.P. Laws in Montana Could Complicate Voting for Native Americans” by Maggie Astor for New York Times


National: “Political Spending Proposals Gain Traction in Proxy Season” by Keith Lewis (Roll Call) for MSN

National: “Hunt for Capitol Attackers Still on 6 Months After Jan. 6” by Alanna Durkin Richer and Michael Kunzleman (Associated Press) for MSN

California: “She Was a Watchdog over L.A. Politicians. But They Had Power Over Her Raise” by Emily Alpert Reyes and David Zahniser (Los Angeles Times) for MSN

Illinois: “Ald. Carrie Austin and Chief of Staff Indicted on Bribery Charges for Allegedly Accepting Home Improvements from Developer” by Gregory Pratt and Megan Crepeau (Chicago Tribune) for Yahoo News

New York: “Trump Organization Prosecutors Confront Accusations of Political Bias” by Ann Marimow (Washington Post) for MSN

South Carolina: “Richard Quinn, Once a Powerful SC GOP Consultant, Faces New Charges in Corruption Probe” by Avery Wilks for Charleston Post and Courier


Idaho: “Idaho Freedom Foundation Official Fined for Breaking Lobbyist Registration Law” by Audrey Dutton (Idaho Capital Sun) for Idaho Education News

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