Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 26, 2023  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Arizona: “Two Organizations Trying to Influence State Politics Attempting to Get Exemptions for Prop 211 Disclosures” by Howard Fischer (Arizona Capitol Services) for Arizona Capitol Times

New Jersey: “Former Top Aide to NJ Senate Leader Avoids Prison Time in Tax Evasion, Wire Fraud Case” by Ashley Balcerzak (Bergen Record) for Yahoo News


California: “Marilyn Flynn, Ex-USC Dean in Corruption Case with Ridley-Thomas, Sentenced to 3 Years Probation” by Matt Hamilton (Los Angeles Times) for Yahoo News

California: “A Politician’s Downfall Reveals a Disney Exec and a Secret ‘Cabal’s’ Power Over Anaheim” by Adam Elmahrek, Gabriel San Román, and Nathan Fenno (Los Angeles Times) for MSN

Massachusetts: “Councilor Tania Fernandes Anderson Admits to Ethics Violation, Pays Penalty in Connection to Hiring Relatives” by Sean Cotter (Boston Globe) for MSN

National: “How Right-Wing News Powers the ‘Gold IRA’ Industry” by Jeremy Merrill and Hanna Kozlowska (Washington Post) for MSN


Rhode Island: “RI Ethics Panel to Investigate Gov. McKee’s Free Lunch with Lobbyist” by Eli Sherman for WPRI


National: “Many Redistricting Redos Pending, but ’24 Election Outlook Unclear” by Michael Macagnone and Mary Ellen McIntire (Roll Call) for MSN

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