Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 7, 2023  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “The Spam and the Scam: What’s driving those incessant political fundraising email and text campaigns blowing up your inbox” by Madison Hall (Business Insider) for Yahoo News

Rhode Island: “New Bill Could Bring Big Changes to RI Political Donations. Here’s What’s Proposed.” by Patrick Anderson (Providence Journal) for Yahoo News


National: “Supreme Court Tossed Out Heart of Voting Rights Act a Decade Ago, Prompting Wave of New Voting Rules” by Christina Cassidy and Ayanna Alexander (Associated Press) for MSN


California: “San Francisco Ethics Watchdog Decries ‘Severe’ Cuts Under Mayor’s Budget” by Mike Ege for San Francisco Standard

National: “These Academics Studied Falsehoods Spread by Trump. Now the GOP Wants Answers.” by Naomi Nix and Joseph Menn (Washington Post) for MSN

Illinois: “Aldermen Use Expense Accounts to Pay Ex-Park District Official Who Resigned Amid Lifeguard Scandal” by Alex Harrison (Chicago Tribune) for Yahoo News

Nebraska: “Nebraska Agency Rejects Conflict-of-Interest Complaint Against Sen. Megan Hunt” by Erin Barner (Omaha World-Herald) for Lincoln Journal Star


Pennsylvania: “The Ethics Board Has Fined a Real Estate Firm Tied to the 76ers for Failing to Disclose it Lobbied for a Proposed Arena” by Sean Collins Walsh (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN

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