Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 6, 2023  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Alaska: “New Complaint Alleges Anchorage Church Illegally Aided Campaign Against Ranked-Choice Voting” by Iris Samuels for Anchorage Daily News

National: “George Santos Reveals One Truth: It’s easy to abuse campaign finance laws” by Rebecca Davis O’Brien (New York Times) for DNyuz


National: “Doug Burgum Suspends Long-Shot Presidential Campaign” by Meryl Kornfield (Washington Post) for MSN

Washington: “Candidate Loses by Single Vote After He Didn’t Cast a Ballot for Himself” by Jonathan Edwards (Washington Post) for MSN


Arkansas: “At University of Arkansas, a State Law Stifles Pro-Palestinian Speakers” by Vimal Patel (New York Times) for Buffalo News

California: “S.F. Corruption Scandal: Ex-parole officer going to prison for bribes to Mohammed Nuru” by St. John Barned-Smith (San Francisco Chronicle) for MSN


National: “China-Backed DeSantis Donor Hires Top GOP Lobbyist, Foreign Ties Not Disclosed” by Ben Wieder and Theo Hockstader (Miami Herald) for Yahoo News

New York: “Bill That Would Close Judicial Lobbying Loophole Remains in Play” by Joshua Solomon for Albany Times Union

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