Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 26, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Ohio: “FirstEnergy Cuts Off Its ‘Dark Money’ Spigot in Ohio, Disclosures Show” by Jake Zuckerman (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for Yahoo News


Arizona: “Arizona Sheriff Steps Up Security Around Ballot Drop Boxes” by Associated Press for MSN


National: “Social Security Whistleblowers Say They Were Sidelined for Exposing Fines” by Lisa Rein (Washington Post) for Yahoo News

Arkansas: “Federal Judge Signs Off on Prosecution’s Motion to Dismiss Charges Against Gilbert Baker” by Dale Ellis for Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

California: “Ex-Anaheim Mayor Refuses to Publicly Disclose Emails Amid FBI Corruption Investigation” by Nathan Fenno, Gabriel San Román, and Adam Elmahrek (Los Angeles Times) for MSN

Connecticut: “Connecticut Port Authority Employee Fined for Ethics Violation” by Greg Smith (The Day) for Yahoo News

Florida: “Tampa Lawmaker Files Lawsuit Against Campaign Manager, Alleging Sexual Harassment” by Kirby Wilson and Emily Mahoney (Tampa Bay Times) for Yahoo News

Texas: “Greg Abbott Ran as a Small-Government Conservative. But the Governor’s Office Now Has More Power Than Ever.” by Marilyn Thompson (ProPublica) and Perla Trevizo for Texas Tribune

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