Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 19, 2023  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


Georgia: “Georgia Supreme Court Rejects Trump Petition to Block Election Probe” by Holly Bailey (Washington Post) for MSN


California: “Former San Francisco Building Inspector Gets One Year in Prison on Corruption Charges” by Michael Gennaro for Courthouse News Service

National: “Supreme Court Justices and Donors Mingle at Campus Visits. These Documents Show the Ethical Dilemmas” by Brian Slodysko and Eric Tucker for Associated Press News

National: “Trump Says He Received a Target Letter in Federal Jan. 6 Investigation” by Perry Stein, Josh Dawsey, and Jacqueline Alemany (Washington Post) for MSN

Illinois: “Michael Madigan’s Ousted Chief of Staff Fights to Block Secret Recordings in His Federal Perjury Trial” by Ray Long and Jason Meisner (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Wyoming: “Wyoming Lawmakers Ready to Address Ethics Complaints Procedure in Interim” by Jasmine Hall for Wyoming Tribune-Eagle


North Carolina: “‘A Political Force’: How NC prosecutors sway criminal justice bills in General Assembly” by Ames Alexander and Luciana Perez Uribe Guinassi (Charlotte Observer) for MSN


Rhode Island: “R.I. to Terminate Development Contract with Company That Accused State Officials of Inappropriate Behavior” by Alexa Gagosz (Boston Globe) for MSN

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