Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 19, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Ted Cruz Reimbursed Himself $555,000 After Successfully Challenging a Political Spending Law at the Supreme Court” by Bryan Metzger (Business Insider) for MSN

Texas: “In Texas, Where Money Has Long Dominated Politics, Greg Abbott Is in a League of His Own” by Patrick Svitek, Carla Astudillo, Zach Despart, and Kate McGee for Texas Tribune


National: “Analyst Acquitted at Trial Over Discredited Trump Dossier” by Michael Barakat (Associated Press) for Yahoo News

National: “Retired U.S. Brass Cash in with Saudis, Other Repressive Governments” by Craig Whitlock and Nate Jones (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “Gil Cedillo and Kevin de León Stripped of City Council Committee Posts Over Racist Leak” by David Zahniser and Rachel Uranga (Los Angeles Times) for MSN

Hawaii: “Congressional Ethics Watchdog Calls for Ethics Investigation into Kahele” by Nick Grube for Honolulu Civil Beat

Louisiana: “See Lafayette Mayor Josh Guillory’s 2021 Financial Disclosure for Louisiana Ethics Board” by Andrew Capps (Lafayette Daily Advertiser) for Yahoo News

New York: “New York State Judge Sets Hearing to Decide New York Attorney General’s Motion in Trump Organization Case” by Kara Scannell (CNN) for MSN

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