Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 6, 2021  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


National: “Challenges to the Voting Rights Act Far from Over” by Carrie Levine for Center for Public Integrity

Florida: “House Victory Senior Adviser Resigns Following ‘Ghost Candidate’ Reports” by Renzo Downey for Florida Politics

Michigan: “Sidney Powell, L. Lin Wood Among Attorneys Ordered to Pay $175,000 Over Michigan ‘Kraken’ Suit” by Rosalind Helderman (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Far Right Is Using Twitter’s New Rule Against Anti-Extremism Researchers” by Drew Harwell for Washington Post

California: “Lavish Gifts, Expensive Trips: Was California state worker union leader’s spending justified?” by Wes Ventiecher (Sacramento Bee) for MSN

Connecticut: “Inquiry Underway into Top Connecticut Prosecutor’s Hiring of Lamont Administration Official’s Daughter. A Former U.S. Attorney Will Investigate.” by Mark Pazniokas (CT Mirror) for Hartford Courant

Illinois: “Center of ‘Rape Email’ Denies Knowledge of Alleged Illinois Government Coverup” by John O’Connor (Associated Press) for Belleville News-Democrat

Pennsylvania: “Philly City Council President Wants to Tweak Ethics Rules. But He Says It’s Not Related to Bobby Henon’s Conviction” by Laura McCrystal (Philadelphia Inquirer) for MSN

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