Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 24, 2023  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


Tennessee: “Tennessee Now Requires Court Order or Proof of Pardon to Restore Felon Voting Rights” by Jonathan Matisse and Travis Loller for Associated Press News


Colorado: “7-Year Saga: Millions in legal fees in fight between ethics commission and Glendale mayor” by Marianne Goodland for Colorado Politics

National: “Supreme Court Ethics Measure Advances on Party-Line Vote” by Michael Macagnone (Roll Call) for MSN

National: “Trial Date in Trump Documents Case Set for May 2024” by Melissa Quinn (CBS News) for MSN

Florida: “DeSantis Doubles Down on Claim That Some Blacks Benefited from Slavery” by Kevin Sullivan and Lori Rozsa (Washington Post) for MSN

Michigan: “‘Cover-Up’ Alleged as Michigan Redistricting Member Cleared of Ethics Violation” by Ben Orner for MLive


National: “Risky Business: Top lobbying firms navigate uncertainty in tumultuous second quarter” by Taylor Giorno (The Hill) for MSN


Louisiana: “Bid-Rigging, Ethics Violations Found in Unreleased New Orleans ‘Smart Cities’ Investigation” by Michael Isaac Stein (Verite) for Louisiana Illuminator

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