Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 3, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “The FEC Affirmed That Foreigners Can Fund US Ballot Measures Because They’re Technically Not Elections” by Bryan Metzger (Business Insider) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “Want to See Who’s Funding Local Candidates in Pa.? It’s Harder Than You’d Think” by Ethan Edward Coston (Spotlight PA) for WHYY


New Jersey: “Voters with Disabilities Gain Political Clout in NJ as Ballots Become More Accessible” by Gene Myers (Bergen Record) for MSN

Virginia: “Youngkin Wins Virginia Governor’s Race, Jolting Democrats” by Will Weissert and Sarah Rankin (Associated Press) for MSN


Connecticut: “A $375,000 Kentucky Derby Trip, Personalized Golf Balls and Luxury Swag Bags. Federal Jury Set to Determine When High-Priced Corporate Retreats Are Illegal Junketeering” by Edmund Mahoney (Hartford Courant) for MSN

Montana: “Legislative Counsel Requests AG’s Documents in St. Peter’s Dispute” by Arren Kimbeil-Sannit (Daily Montanan) for Missoula Current

New York: “Inspector General to Begin Releasing Its Secret ‘Letter’ Reports” by Brendan Lyons and Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union


Europe: “UK Needs a Lobbying Regulator, Review Author Recommends” by Jasmine Cameron-Chileshe for Financial Times

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