Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 17, 2022  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


National: “Opposition Research Goes Hyperlocal” by Reid Epstein for New York Times


National: “Sarah Palin Loses Jury Trial in Closely Watched New York Times Libel Case” by Elahe Izadi and Sarah Ellison (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Biden Orders Release of Trump White House Logs to Congress” by Colleen Long (Associated Press) for Yahoo News

Hawaii: “Ex-Hawaii Lawmakers Plead Guilty to Taking Bribes in Office” by Jennifer Sinco Kellehe (Associated Press) for MSN

Michigan: “Michigan State Police Raid Home of Ex-Speaker Chatfield’s Top Staffers” by Craig Mauger and Beth LeBlanc for Detroit News

Ohio: “Mayor Resigns After Saying Ice-Fishing Shanties Could Lead to Prostitution” by Andrea Salcedo and Hannah Knowles (Washington Post) for MSN

Ohio: “FirstEnergy Pushed for ‘Cooperative’ Utility Regulator; DeWine Heeded Its Pick” by Jake Zuckerman for Ohio Capital Journal


Arizona: “Republicans Look to Curb Lobbying Activities by Cities, Counties, School Districts” by Jeremy Duda for Arizona Mirror

Oklahoma: “How A State Lawmaker’s Day Job Tiptoed into Lobbying” by Jennifer Palmer for Oklahoma Watch

Tennessee: “Special Interests Spend Estimated $60 Million Every Year to Influence Tennessee State Officials” by Phil Williams for WTVF


New Jersey: “Court Halts Union County Government Project, Ruling No-Bid $123.8M Contract Violated N.J. Law” by Ted Sherman (NJ Advance Media) for MSN

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