Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 4, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


New Jersey: “N.J. Campaign Manager Charged with Election Fraud in 2021 Primary for Governor” by S.P. Sullivan (NJ Advance Media) for MSN

Ohio: “Shammas Malik Wins Akron Mayoral Primary, in Line to Be the First Person of Color as Mayor” by Anna Huntsman, Abbey Marshall, and Abigail Bottar (Ideastream Public Media) for WOSU


California: “S.F. Corruption Scandal: Here’s the latest prominent figure to plead guilty” by Mallory Moench (San Francisco Chronicle) for MSN

National: “Deep Divide at Supreme Court Ethics Hearing, Despite Some GOP Calls for Action” by Ann Marimow and Robert Barnes (Washington Post) for MSN

Illinois: “Defendants Found Guilty on All Counts in ‘ComEd Four’ Trial; Juror Says Panel Wanted ‘Politics to Run in a Correct Manner'” by Jason Meisner, Ray Long, and Megan Crepeau (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

National: “Carlson’s Text That Alarmed Fox Leaders: ‘It’s not how white men fight'” by Jeremy Peters, Michael Schmidt, and Jim Rutenberg (New York Times) for Yahoo News

Legislative Issues

Montana: “Judge Rejects Zooey Zephyr Bid to Return to Montana House” by Amy Beth Hanson and Matthew Brown (Associated Press) for Yahoo News

New York: “State Launches Investigation of Assembly’s Unregistered Day Care Center” by Brendan Lyons for Albany Times Union


California: “El Monte Will Require Lobbyists to Register, Limit Gifts to City Officials to $50 a Month” by Jason Henry (Pasadena Star-News) for MSN

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