Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 21, 2024  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Maine: “Special Funds Let Maine Lawmakers Raise and Spend with Few Limits” by Randy Billings (Portland Press Herald) for

Pennsylvania: “Mayor Cherelle Parker Racked Up a $1 Million Campaign Payroll – but It’s Not Clear Who Got Paid” by Ryan Briggs and Anna Orso (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN


California: “Anaheim Begins Implementing Changes from Fall of Reform Debates” by Hosam Elattar for Voice of OC

Georgia: “Fani Willis’ Testimony Evokes Long-Standing Frustrations for Black Women Leaders” by Matt Brown and Jocelyn Noveck (Associated Press) for MSN

Idaho: “Support This Bill or Else: Idaho lawmakers cite pressure from ‘wealthy’ campaign donor” by Ian Max Stevenson (Idaho Statesman) for MSN

Ohio: “Summer Homes and (Attempted) Florida Trips. FirstEnergy Bribery Case Puts Millionaires on Trial” by Jake Zuckerman (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Tennessee: “New TN House Ticketing Policy Allowable Under State Constitution, Attorney General Says” by Melissa Brown (Tennessean) for MSN


New York: “New York Congressional Map Would Make Modest Tweaks to Swing House Seats” by Colby Itkowitz (Washington Post) for MSN

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