Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 15, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: Court Paves Way for FEC to Reveal Anonymous $1.7 Million Super PAC Donor by Maggie Severns for Politico


Canada: What’s a Feminist Government? Canada, and Trudeau, Grapple with the Question Sarah Lyall (New York Times) for MSN

Arkansas: Indictment: Former Arkansas lawmaker, couple named in corruption scheme by Doug Thompson for Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Washington D.C.: Jack Evans Says He’ll Stop Outside Work, Using Constituent Funds for Sports Tickets Fenit Nirappil by for Washington Post


National: Ex-Obama Official Indicted Over Work with Manafort by Rosalind Helderman and Tom Hamburger (Washington Post) for San Jose Mercury News

Colorado: Denver’s Big 3 Lobbyists Have Deep Relationships with City Government and Mayor Michael Hancock by Ben Markus for Colorado Public Radio

Florida: Ethics Opinion Restricts Jacksonville City Council Members’ Lobbying for Two Years by David Bauerlein for Florida Times Union

Mississippi: Public Universities Spend Millions Wining, Dining, Lobbying Mississippi Lawmakers Luke Ramseth and Geoff Pender for Jackson Clarion-Ledger

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