Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 4, 2023  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Sam Bankman-Fried Funded More Than 90% of a Leading DC Ethics Group’s Political Arm in 2021” by Brent Griffiths and Dave Levinthal (Business Insider) for MSN

New Jersey: “NJ Law Is Meant to Increase Campaign Finance Transparency. It Also Guts Local Pay-to-Play Rules.” by Nancy Solomon for Gothamist


National: “The ‘Red Wave’ Washout: How skewed polls fed a false election narrative” by Jim Rutenberg, Ken Bensinger, and Steve Eder (New York Times) for DNyuz

North Carolina: “North Carolina Will Not Prosecute Mark Meadows for Voter Fraud” by Meryl Kornfield and Kyle Rempfer (Washington Post) for MSN


Arizona: “Phoenix Council Members’ Suns Arena Suite Usage Raises Ethics Policy Questions” by Taylor Seely (Arizona Republic) for Yahoo News

Florida: “Newly Released Records Show Top DeSantis Adviser Used Private Email and Alias to Coordinate Migrant Flights” by Matt Dixon (Politico) for MSN

New Mexico: “Albuquerque Officials Will Have to Reveal More About Their Personal Finances in 2023” by Jessica Dyer for Albuquerque Journal

Legislative Issues

New York: “New York State Lawmakers to Be the Highest Paid in Nation at $142,000” by Joseph Spector (Politico) for Yahoo News

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