Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 8, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Michigan: “Michigan Wants AG Nessel to Review 2 Political Nonprofits for Possible Crimes” by Dave Boucher (Detroit Free Press) for Yahoo News

Oklahoma: “Stitt’s ‘Oklahoma Turnaround’ Ads May Violate Ethics Rules” by Paul Monies for Oklahoma Watch


Georgia: “Fake Trump Electors in Ga. Told to Shroud Plans in ‘Secrecy,’ Email Shows” by Amy Gardner, Beth Reinhard, Rosalind Helderman, and Jacqueline Alemany (Washington Post) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “A Former Pa. Congressman Caught in 1970s Abscam Sting Pleads Guilty to Election Fraud Charges” by Jeremy Roebuck (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN


National: “US Sees Heightened Extremist Threat Heading into Midterms” by Ben Fox (Associated Press) for MSN

National: “Proud Boys Leader Tarrio, 4 Lieutenants Charged with Seditious Conspiracy” by Spencer Hsu, Rachel Weiner, and Tom Jackman (Washington Post) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Indiana: “All Five Indiana Supreme Court Judges Side with Holcomb in Special Session Dispute” by Johnny Magdelano (Indianapolis Star) for Yahoo News


Louisiana: “Louisiana Lawmakers Must Redraw Maps, Come Up with Second Majority-Minority District, Judge Rules” by Mark Ballard and Sam Karlin for Baton Rouge Advocate

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