Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 28, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Republicans Block Probe of Contributions by Chinese Elites to Trump PAC Through Spa Operator” by Sheridan Wall (McClatchy) for MSN

National: “Rep. Lauren Boebert’s Campaign May Be Violating Election Law in Trying to Sell Her Book” by Zach Everson (Forbes) for MSN

Washington: “Spokane City Council Raises Campaign Contribution Cap to $1,000” by Colin Tiernan (Spokane Spokesman-Review) for Yahoo News


National: “In a Big Jan. 6 Case, Oath Keepers Go on Trial for Seditious Conspiracy” by Ryan Lucas for NPR

Arkansas: “Arkansas Senate Suspends Clark, Strips Him of Seniority for Filing Frivolous Ethics Complaint” by Michael Wickline for Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Connecticut: “Some Bridgeport Politicians Scored Free Tickets to Sound on Sound” by Brian Lockhart (Connecticut Post) for MSN

Massachusetts: “In Apparent Violation of State Nepotism Law, Boston Councilor Hired Sister, Son to Staff” by Danny McDonald (Boston Globe) for MSN

New Mexico: “New Mexico Supreme Court Rules Ethics Violation Isn’t Necessarily a Crime” by Anna Padilla for KRQE

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