Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 18, 2023  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


Wisconsin: “Wisconsin Republicans Vote to Fire Elections Director, Who May Not Leave the Job.” by Patrick Marley (Washington Post) for MSN


Arkansas: “Arkansas Governor Tried to Keep More Records Private. The Pushback Was Swift.” by Rick Rojas (New York Times) for DNyuz

Florida: “Miami Commissioner Díaz de la Portilla Arrested on Bribery, Money Laundering Charges” by Joey Flechas, Tess Riski, Sarah Blaskey, Jay Weaver, Charles Rabin, and Raisa Habersham (Miami Herald) for MSN

National: “Red States Quit Nation’s Oldest Library Group Amid Culture War Over Books” by Hannah Natanson (Washington Post) for MSN

Legislative Issues

Tennessee: “A Lawsuit Over Controversial House Sign Rules Is Over. The First Amendment Debate Is Not.” by Angele Latham (Tennessean) for MSN


California: “How California Lobbyists Jam the Capitol for ‘High-Pressure’ Meetings to Sway Lawmaker Votes” by Lindsey Holden (Sacramento Bee) for Yahoo News

National: “Lobbyists Flirt with AI While Remaining Cautious of Its Promises” by Kate Ackley for Bloomberg Government

Michigan: “Michigan Marijuana Board Chair Bribed with Sex Worker, Prosecutors Say” by Lauren Gibbons for Bridge Michigan

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