Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 25, 2023  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Cyberthieves Jacked a U.S. Senator’s Campaign and Stole Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars” by Dave Levinthal (Raw Story) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “Refusal to Release Inaugural Donors Exposes Gap in Pa. Law” by Marc Levy (Associated Press) for MSN


Arizona: “Voter Fraud Unit in Arizona Will Shift Focus to Voter Rights” by Neil Vigdor (New York Times) for Las Vegas Sun


National: “Students Want New Books. Thanks to Restrictions, Librarians Can’t Buy Them.” by Hannah Natanson (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Four Oath Keepers Convicted of Jan. 6 Seditious Conspiracy” by Michael Kunzelman and Alanna Durkin Richer for Associated Press News

National: “Classified Documents Found at Pence’s Indiana Home” by Jamie Gangel, Jeremy Herb, and Evan Perez (CNN) for MSN

Florida: “‘This Is Not Over.’ Judge Says DeSantis Was Wrong, but Declines to Restore Andrew Warren to Office” by Dan Sullivan and Sue Carlton (Tampa Bay Times) for MSN

Illinois: “Ethics Board Sends Lightfoot Campaign Complaints to Watchdogs” by A.D. Quig (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

New York: “Email Describes Hochul Meeting Before $637 Million Deal with Donor for Covid-19 Tests” by Chris Bragg for Buffalo News


Wyoming: “Bill Would Prohibit Former Legislators from Immediately Becoming Lobbyists with 2-Year Wait Period” by Leo Wolfson for Cowboy State Daily

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