Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 21, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Colorado: “The Fair Elections Fund Rollout Is Facing Issues. City Council and the Clerk and Recorder’s Office Are Discussing Last-Minute Fixes” by Kyle Harris for Denverite

Connecticut: “Bacon Brothers and Lobbyists Are Players at Lamont’s Inaugural Ball” by Mark Pazniokas (Connecticut Mirror) for MSN

Minnesota: “Regulators Push for More Financial Transparency in Minnesota Politics” by Jessie Van Berkel for Minneapolis Star Tribune


New York: “Who Is Rep.-Elect George Santos? His Résumé May Be Largely Fiction.” by Grace Ashford and Michael Gold (New York Times) for Yahoo News


National: “Top Government Ethics Officer Was Late Disclosing His Personal Finances on Multiple Occasions” by Kimberly Leonard (Business Insider) for MSN

National: “While Advising Trump on Judges, Conway Sold Her Business to a Firm with Ties to Judicial Activist Leonard Leo” by Heidi Przybyla (Politico) for MSN


Texas: “Grid Reforms Becomes Power Company Lobbyist” by Justin Miller for Texas Observer


National: “Congress Passes Bill to Rein in Conflicts of Interest for Consultants Such as McKinsey” by Ian MacDougall for ProPublica

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