Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 15, 2020  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Georgia: “Georgia Runoffs Become High-Stakes GOP Fundraising Experiment” by Elena Schneider for Politico

New Mexico: “Ethics Panel Files Lawsuit Seeking Disclosure of Group’s Donors” by Dan Boyd for Albuquerque Journal


National: “Electoral College Affirms Biden’s Victory on a Relatively Calm Day of a Chaotic Election” by Elise Viebeck, Dan Simmons, Amy Worden, and Omar Sofradzija (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Potential Family Conflicts Arise for Joe Biden and Aides as His Administration Drafts New Ethics Rules” by Michael Scherer (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “GOP Lawyer Appointed by Florida Governor Resigns State Panel in Protest Over Raid on Ousted Data Scientist’s Home” by Teo Armus and Marisa Iati (Washington Post) for MSN

New York: “‘Simply No Truth to These Claims’: Gov. Cuomo’s office denies former aide’s sexual harassment allegation” by Matthew Brown for USA Today


Europe: “Big Tech Turns Its Lobbyists Loose on Europe, Alarming Regulators” by Adam Satariano and Matina Stevis-Gridneff for New York Times

National: “EPA Can’t Claw Back Names of ‘Happy Hour’ Oil Lobbyists” by Nicholas Iovino for Courthouse News Service

California: “Gavin Newsom Bans His Paid Consultants from Lobbying in New ‘Ethics Memo’” by Linda Korte (Sacramento Bee) for MSN

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