Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 29, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


National: “How a Digital Ad Strategy That Helped Trump Is Being Used Against Him” by Nick Corasaniti for New York Times

Wisconsin: “Wisconsin Health Department: 36 people positive for coronavirus after primary vote” by Noland McCaskill for Politico


National: “Trump Allies Highlight New Claims Regarding Allegations Against Biden” by Matt Viser (Washington Post) for MSN

Kansas: “Kansas Ethics Panel Fines Former Corrections Secretary for Taking $100K Job with CoreCivic” by Sherman Smith for Topeka Capital-Journal

Michigan: “Michigan Senator Apologizes for Mask That Looked Like Confederate Flag” by Sandra Garcia for New York Times

Rhode Island: “Ethics Commission Dismisses GOP Complaint vs. Raimondo” by Katherine Gregg for Providence Journal

Virginia: “Va. Gun Range Wins First Victory Against Order Requiring Businesses to Close” by Justin Jouvenal (Washington Post) for Laredo Morning Times

Legislative Issues

Georgia: “Supreme Court Rules States Can’t Copyright Annotated Laws” by Tim Ryan for Courthouse News Service

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