Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 18, 2019  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Why Democrats Are Falling Over Themselves to Find Small-Dollar Donors” by Carrie Levine for Center for Public Integrity

Florida: “Miami’s Political Escape Artist Can’t Shake the Feds’ Election Conspiracy Lawsuit” by David Smiley and Jay Weaver for Miami Herald

Missouri: “After Controversial MSD Vote, Winners Donated More Than $150,000 to Stenger Campaign” by David Hunn and Jacob Barker for St. Louis Post Dispatch


National: “Chicago’s Lori Lightfoot Among a Wave of Lesbian Mayors” by Alan Greenblatt for Governing

Tennessee: “Amid Protests, Houses Passes Bill That Critics Say Criminalizes Voter Registration” by Joel Ebert for The Tennessean


Louisiana: “Proposed Law Would Bar Legislators from Giving Tulane Scholarships to Immediate Family” by Wilborn Nobles for New Orleans Times Picayune


Alabama: “Lawmakers Pass Bill Saying Economic Developers Are Not Lobbyists” by Mike Cason for

Missouri: “The St. Louis Board of Aldermen Mulls Rules Change for Lobbyists, Guests” by Andrea Henderson for St. Louis Public Radio

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