Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 8, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Bipartisan Group of Campaign Finance Lawyers Urge Leaders to ‘Immediately’ Restore Quorum at Federal Election Commission” by Michelle Ye Hee Lee (Washington Post) for MSN

Washington DC: “D.C. Council Member Jack Evans to Resign Over Ethics Violations; Was City’s Longest-Serving Lawmaker” by Fenit Nirappil for Washington Post


National: “Facebook Bans Deepfakes, but New Policy May Not Cover Controversial Pelosi Video” by Tony Romm, Drew Harwell, and Isaac Stanley-Becker (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Bolton Is Willing to Testify in Trump Impeachment Trial, Raising Pressure for Witnesses” by Nicholas Fandos and Michael Schmidt (New York Times) for MSN

National: “Hunter Will Likely Receive His Taxpayer-Funded Congressional Pension Despite Guilty Plea” by Charles Clark and Morgan Cook for San Diego Union Tribune

Florida: “Nonprofit Group Criticizes Lawmakers’ Move Toward Limiting Local Power” by Jim Turner (News Service of Florida) for South Florida Sun Sentinel

Minnesota: “Legislator’s Work as St. Paul Mayor’s Aide Raises Red Flag” by Jim Walsh for Minneapolis Star Tribune

Washington DC: “Top D.C. Ethics Investigator Resigns Amid Scrutiny of His Office” by Fenit Nirappil (Washington Post) for Laredo Morning Times

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