Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 16, 2023  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Sam Bankman-Fried Donated Millions to ‘Weed Out Anti-Crypto’ Politicians, New Evidence Says” by Peter Syme for Business Insider

Oregon: “With New Secretary of State, Oregonians Will Get Greater Transparency on Campaign Finance Violations” by Nigel Jaquiss for Willamette Weekly


California: “Big Business Is Using the Popular Vote to Bypass California Law” by Jeremy White for Politico


National: “What Judicial Ethics Rules Say About Clarence Thomas’ Lifestyle Bankrolled by His Friends” by Tierny Sneed (CNN) for MSN

Florida: “Florida Ethics Chairman Took a New Job That May Create a $400K Ethical Conflict” by Romy Ellenbogen (Miami Herald) for Yahoo News

New York: “Judge in Donald Trump’s Hush-Money Case Denies Bias Claim, Won’t Step Aside” by Michael Sisak (Associated Press) for MSN


Florida: “State Appeals Lobbying Decision” by Jim Saunders (News Service of Florida) for Citrus County Chronicle


New Mexico: “Ethics Commission Reverses Governor’s Decision to Redo Medicaid Contracts” by Daniel Chacón for Santa Fe New Mexican

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