Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 3, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “‘No Corporate PAC’ Pledges Hit Record in 2020, But May Face Uncertainty in 2022” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

Texas: “Lawyers for Nate Paul Gave AG Ken Paxton $25k After He Waded into Civil Suit” by Taylor Goldentein and Jay Root for Houston Chronicle


National: “Disputing Trump, Barr Says No Widespread Election Fraud” by Michael Balsamo for Associated Press News

Alaska: “Lawsuit Challenges Alaska’s New Ranked-Choice Voting Ballot Measure” by James Brooks for Anchorage Daily News

Georgia: “‘Someone’s Going to Get Killed’: GOP election official in Georgia blames President Trump for fostering violent threats” by Amy Gardner and Keith Newell (Washington Post) for Anchorage Daily News

North Carolina: “Court Upholds North Carolina’s Voter Identification Law” by Ann Marimow for Washington Post


National: “Trump Has Discussed with Advisers Pardons for His 3 Eldest Children and Giuliani” by Maggie Haberman and Michael Schmidt for New York Times

National: “Trump to Restart Foreign Deals, Breaking a Post-Presidency Norm” by Anita Kumar for Politico


Colorado: “Special Session Catches Secretary of State’s Office Off-Guard” by Marianne Goodland for Colorado Politics

Ohio: “Former Ohio Senate President Admits Ethics Violation for Not Disclosing Lobbying Clients” by Randy Ludlow (Columbus Dispatch) for MSN

Tennessee: “Memphis City Council Votes Against Reforms to Bring Lobbying into the Light” by Samuel Hardiman (Memphis Commercial Appeal) for MSN

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