Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 15, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Supreme Court Won’t Hear Fight Over SEC’s Pay-To-Play Rule” by Reenat Sinay for

National: “More Money, Less Transparency: A decade under Citizens United” by Karl Evers-Hillstrom for Center for Responsive Politics

Washington: “Seattle City Council Bans ‘Foreign-Influenced’ Companies from Most Political Spending” by Daniel Beekman for Seattle Times


National: “Doctored Images Have Become a Fact of Life for Political Campaigns. When They’re Disproved, Believers ‘Just Don’t Care.’” by Drew Harwell for Washington Post

National: “Russians Hacked Ukrainian Gas Company at Center of Impeachment” by Nicole Perlroth and Matthew Rosenberg (New York Times) for MSN

South Dakota: “Federal Judge Blocks South Dakota Petition Law” by Maria Dinzeo for Courthouse News Service


Illinois: “Illinois Ag Director Resigns Over Response to Rape Email” by John O’Connor for AP News

Maryland: “After Corruption Scandal, Baltimore City Council Committee Will Consider Government Reform Measures” by Talia Richman for Baltimore Sun

New Jersey: “Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Bridgegate Scandal. The Case Could Impact Future Public Corruption Prosecutions.” by Matt Zapotosky for Washington Post

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