Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 11, 2023  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Kentucky: “Pfizer Gives $1 Million to Republican Party of Kentucky to Expand Its Headquarters” by Tom Loftus for Kentucky Lantern


National: “At Proud Boys Trial, U.S. Aims to Win Another Seditious Conspiracy Case” by Rachel Weiner (Washington Post) for MSN

Colorado: “‘Laughable’: Is it too easy to get on the Denver mayoral ballot?” by Joe Rubino for Denver Post


National: “Justice Dept. Reviewing Classified Documents Found in Biden’s Post-VP Office” by Tyler Pager, Devlin Barrett, Jacqueline Alemany, and Perry Stein (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “Trump Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg Sentenced to Five Months in Jail” by Shayna Jacobs (Washington Post) for MSN

North Dakota: “Bill Would Add 9,000 State Employees to North Dakota Ethics Panel’s Jurisdiction” by Jack Dura (Bismarck Tribune) for Jamestown Sun

Rhode Island: “As Judge Caprio Moves On, Questions About ‘Caught in Providence,’ and the Profits, Are Raised” by Katherine Gregg (Providence Journal) for Yahoo News

Legislative Issues

National: “House Narrowly Approves Rules Amid Concerns About McCarthy’s Concessions” by Catie Edmondson (New York Times) for Seattle Times

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