Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 23, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Michigan: “Millions Poured into Michigan Petition Drives. Their Funding Is a Mystery.” by Yue Stella Yu for Bridge Michigan

Pennsylvania: “Doug Mastriano Said He’s Barely Spent Any Money Running for Governor. How Can That Be?” by Andrew Seidman (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN

Rhode Island: “In Failed Bid to Unseat Cicilline, Republican Candidate Sought Help from Russian Intelligence” by Alex Kuffner (Providence Journal) for Yahoo News


National: “The Long Crusade of Clarence and Ginni Thomas” by Danny Hakim and Jo Becker for New York Times

National: “Supreme Court Formally Denies Trump’s Request to Review the January 6 Committee’s Bid for White House Records” by Sonam Sheth, Brent Griffiths, and Oma Seddiq (Business Insider) for Yahoo News

Hawaii: “How Honolulu’s Ex-City Attorney Went from Obscurity to a Federal Indictment” by Christina Jedra for Honolulu Civil Beat

Nebraska: “Female Nebraska Lawmakers Call for Change Amid Photo Probe” by Grant Schulte (Associated Press) for Yahoo News

Legislative Issues

Massachusetts: “The Massachusetts State House Is Now Open to the Public, Nearly Two Years into the COVID Pandemic” by Alison Kuznitz for

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