Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 3, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “‘My Life Was a Constant Lie’: Chabot’s ex-campaign manager sentenced for $1.4 million theft” by Kevin Grasha (Cincinnati Enquirer) for MSN

Virginia: “Virginia Lawmakers Still Can’t Bring Themselves to Ban Personal Use of Campaign Cash” by Graham Moomaw for Virginia Mercury


Texas: “Rejected Mail Ballots, Confused Voters: Texas’s restrictive new law casts shadow over primary” by Amy Gardner (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Some Records Taken by Trump Are So Sensitive They May Not Be Described in Public” by Jacqueline Alemany and Tom Hamburger (Washington Post) for MSN

Illinois: “Illinois’ Ex-House Speaker Charged with Racketeering” by Michael Tarm and John O’Connor (Associated Press) for MSN

Missouri: “Independence Mayor Asked About Campaign Donations in Deposition, but Advised to Stay Mum” by Kevin Hardy (Kansas City Star) for MSN

Ohio: “Ohio House Won’t Release Texts Between House Rep and Indicted Ex-Speaker” by Jake Zuckerman (Ohio Capital Journal) for WEWS

Legislative Issues

Michigan: “Term Limits Were Supposed to Fix Lansing. Did They Make It Worse Instead?” by Samuel Robinson for

Utah: “Utah Lawmakers Pass New Media Restrictions for House Floor” by Sam Metz (Associated Press) for MSN


New Jersey: “2 Counties Tried to Skirt N.J. Public Bidding Laws. Now the Legislature May Make It Legal.” by Ted Sherman (NJ Advance Media) for MSN

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