Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 24, 2021  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Joe Kennedy III’s 2020 Senate Campaign Was Fined $35,000 for Spending $1.5 Million in Donations Intended for the General Election That He Never Made It To” by Bryan Metzger (Business Insider) for MSN

Arizona: “Corp Comm Defends Ethics Policy on Campaign Cash, Recusal to Legislature” by Jeremy Duda for Arizona Mirror

Missouri: “‘Exploiting a Loophole’: PACs tied to Missouri lobbyist draw new criticism” by Jason Hancock for Missouri Independent


Colorado: “Judge Orders Two Lawyers Who Filed Suit Challenging 2020 Election to Pay Hefty Fees: ‘They need to take responsibility’” by Rosalind Helderman (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Red Brands and Blue Brands: Is hyper-partisanship coming for corporate America?” by David Gelles for New York Times

Michigan: “Rizzo Lawyer Convicted of Bribery in Macomb County Corruption Crackdown” by Robert Snell for Detroit News

New York: “Cuomo Impeachment Probe Bolsters Claims on Book Deal, Sexual Harassment and Nursing Homes” by Bill Mahoney, Anna Gronewold, and Shannon Young for Politico

South Carolina: “Uncovered: S.C. public officials skate by ethics investigations with little accountability” by Avery Wilks, Stephen Hobbs, and Thad Moore (Charleston Post and Courier) for Sumter Item

Washington: “King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg’s Office Cut Deal to Head Off Ethics Probe into Nepotism Claims” by Lewis Kamb for Seattle Times


North Dakota: “Fargo School Board Member Could Face Censure After Lobbying Lawmakers on COVID-19 Issues” by C.S. Hagen for Fargo Forum

Oregon: “Accusations Against a California Campaign Finance Watchdog Went Undisclosed for Months” by Alex Baumhardt (Oregon Capital Chronicle) for Bend Bulletin

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