Wednesdays LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 24, 2018  •  

Wednesdays LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Colorado: “Opponents Say Amendment 75 Wrong Way to Take on Colorado’s Millionaire Candidates” by Michael De Yoanna for KUNC

Maine: “Portlanders Will Vote on Requiring More Campaign Finance Transparency” by Randy Billings for Portland Press Herald


Federal: “Special Counsel Examines Conflicting Accounts as Scrutiny of Roger Stone and WikiLeaks Deepens” by Carol Leonnig, Manuel Roig-Franzia, and Rosalind Helderman (Washington Post) for Chicago Tribune

National: “Three Secretaries of State Are Refereeing the Election While Running in the Field” by Tim Johnson for McClatchy DC


Federal: “Supreme Court Shields Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross from Answering Questions in Census Controversy” by Robert Barnes and Tara Bahrampour (Washington Post) for MSN

Indiana: “Indiana Attorney General Won’t Be Charged in Alleged Groping” by Rick Callahan (Associated Press) for Chicago Sun-Times

Missouri: “Clean Missouri Proposition Puts Redistricting Front and Center, Limits Lobbyist Influence” by Jason Rosenbaum for St. Louis Public Radio

Pennsylvania: “Four Years Later, Pa. Lawmaker from Philly Charged in Sting Case Faces Trial” by Angela Couloumbis for Philadelphia Inquirer

South Carolina: “Ex-SC Rep. Harrison ‘Trampled’ on Ethics Law, ‘Lied’ About Quinn, Prosecutor Says” by John Monk for The State

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