Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 20, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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New Mexico: “Santa Fe’s Transparency Regulations Withstand Final Appeal as U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Case” by Staff and Associated Press for Santa Fe New Mexican

Tennessee: “Court Finds Tennessee Bureau of Ethics and Campaign Finance Guilty of Contempt” by Jamie Satterfield for Tennessee Lookout


National: “Lee Worked Hard to Overturn Election, Keep Trump in Power, Texts Show” by Mariana Alfaro (Washington Post) for MSN

Georgia: “Legal Effort to Remove Greene from Ga. Ballot Can Proceed, Judge Rules” by Eugene Scott (Washington Post) for MSN


Illinois: “Former Oakbrook Terrace Mayor Anthony Ragucci Charged in Red Light Camera Bribery Scheme” by Todd Feurer for WBBM

New Jersey: “Many NJ Lawmakers Make Money from Local Government Contracts. Experts Say Disclosure Is Key” by Katie Sobko for Bergen Record

New York: “Ethics, Transparency, Campaign Finance, and Voting in the New State Budget” by Ethan Geringer-Sameth for Gotham Gazette


Canada: “Lobbying Loophole Leaves B.C. Government Wide Open to Ethical Problems: Expert” by Bob Mackin for North Shore News

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