Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 5, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “The Campaign Finance of Women’s Suffrage” by Kimberly Adams for WHYY

National: “In Need of Cash, Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Turn to Wealthy Donors” by Michelle Ye Hee Lee (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Trump Urges Customers to Drop AT&T to Punish CNN Over Its Coverage of Him” by Craig Timberg, Taylor Telford, and Josh Dawsey for Portland Press Herald

California: “California’s Top Bullet Train Consultant Is Suspended Amid a State Ethics Probe” by Ralph Vartabedian for Los Angeles Times

Connecticut: “Panel Overseeing Dalio’s Investment in CT Schools Would Be Exempt from Ethics, Disclosure Laws.” by Keith Phaneuf and Kathleen Megan for Connecticut Mirror

Florida: “Federal Subpoena Demands Records on Andrew Gillum and His Campaign for Governor” by Steve Contorno for Tampa Bay Times

Missouri: “Free Acupuncture and Eye Exams for Lawmakers Are No-Nos, Missouri Ethics Commission Says” by Jack Suntrup for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Nevada: “Nevada Bill, Aimed at Embattled Storey Sheriff, Creates Path to Oust Local Officials for Harassment, Other Misconduct” by Marcella Corona for Reno Gazette Journal

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