Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 8, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

New Mexico: “Gonzales Denied Public Campaign Funding for the Second Time” by Jessica Dyer for Albuquerque Journal


National: “New Texas Voting Bill Deepens Growing Disparities in How Americans Can Cast Their Ballots” by Elise Viebeck (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Human Rights Campaign President Fired After Helping to Advise Cuomo” by Brian Pietsch and Michael Scherer (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “Bell City Manager, Ex-State Senator, Developer Charged in Corruption Case” by Richard Winston (Los Angeles Times) for Yahoo News

Maine: “Portland Councilor, a Plaintiff in Lawsuit Against the City, Won’t Recuse Herself from Dispute” by Randy Billings for Portland Press Herald

Montana: “How a Small Town Silenced a Neo-Nazi Hate Campaign” by Elizabeth Williamson (New York Times) for Yahoo News

New York: “Trump Tower’s Key Tenants Have Fallen Behind on Rent and Moved out. But Trump Has One Reliable Customer: His own PAC.” by Shayna Jacobs, David Fahrenthold, Jonathan O’Connell, and Josh Dawsey (Washington Post) for MSN

South Carolina: “SC Ethics Whistleblowers Are Bound by Gag Orders. A Lawsuit Will Challenge That.” by Avery Wilks for Charleston Post and Courier

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