Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 5, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Nonfungible Tokens the New Fad for Campaign Fundraising” by Gopal Ratnam (Roll Call) for MSN

Colorado: “Failed Colorado Congressional Candidates Still Have Lots of Campaign Money. Here’s Why.” by Jesse Paul and Sandra Fish (Colorado Sun) for Durango Herald

Maryland: “Omicron Scrambles Lawmakers’ Pre-Session Fundraisers” by Josh Kurtz for Maryland Matters


National: “Fear, Anger and Trauma: How the Jan. 6 attack changed Congress” by Paul Kane, Mariana Sotomayor, and Jacqueline Alemany (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “Clearwater Art Exhibit Used Trash to Make a Point, Then Questions Arose” by Tracey McManus (Tampa Bay Times) for Yahoo News

New York: “Trump, Ivanka, Don Jr. Subpoenaed in New York AG’s Probe” by Michael Sisak (Associated Press) for Yahoo News


California: “San Diego Publishes a Beginner’s Guide to Participating in City Lawmaking” by Morgan Cook for San Diego Union Tribune


Michigan: “Ungerrymandered: Michigan’s maps, independently drawn, set up fair fight” by Nick Corasaniti (New York Times) for MSN

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