Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 6, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Idaho: “People’s Pen Publication Under Investigation by Idaho AG for Alleged Sunshine Law Violation” by Kelcie Moseley-Morris for Idaho Capital Sun

Ohio: “Citing Inflation, Akron Proposes Increasing Campaign Contribution Limits” by Abbey Marshall (Report for America) for Yahoo Finance


National: “Despite Rebukes, Trump’s Legal Brigade Is Thriving” by Heidi Pryzbyla (Politico) for Yahoo News

Delaware: “Jury Returns Verdict in Delaware Auditor Kathy McGuiness Criminal Corruption Case” by Xerxes Wilson (Delaware News Journal) for Yahoo News

Florida: “Upgrade: Miami-Dade mayor’s free Qatar trip was pricier than first disclosed” by Douglas Hanks (Miami Herald) for MSN

New York: “Office of NYC Comptroller Brad Lander Approves More Than $500M in Contracts to Non-Profits with Ties to Wife’s Group” by Michael Gartland (New York Daily News) for MSN

Legislative Issues

National: “Republican States Are Trying to Use Federal Covid Aid to Cut Taxes” by Tony Romm (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Members of Congress Call for an Investigation of Intuit’s Lobbying Practices Amid Mounting TurboTax Controversies” by Anna Massoglia for OpenSecrets

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