Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 7, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


California: “San Jose Council Eases Transparency Rule” by Jana Kadash for San Jose Spotlight

National: “Court Undoes Ruling Allowing DOJ Access to Scott Perry’s Phone” by Rachel Weiner and Spencer Hsu (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Enrique Tarrio, Proud Boys Leader on Jan. 6, Sentenced to 22 Years for Seditious Conspiracy” by Kyle Cheney (Politico) for Yahoo News

Illinois: “Chicago Treasurer Accused of Misconduct and Ethical Violations in Letter City Kept Secret for Years” by Gregory Pratt (Chicago Tribune) for Yahoo News

Kentucky: “Greenberg’s Wife Has Role in Administration. Louisville’s Nepotism Code Might Not Allow” by Josh Ward (Louisville Courier-Journal) for MSN

Louisiana: “Gubernatorial Frontrunner Jeff Landry Facing Ethics Charge” by Ian Auzenne (WWL) for MSN

National: “Project Veritas Audit Accuses ‘Untouchable’ Founder of Improper Spending” by Will Sommer (Washington Post) for MSN

South Dakota: “Legislator’s Conflict of Interest Puts Meaning of ‘Indirect’ Under Microscope” by Mackenzie Huber (Sioux Falls Argus Leader) for MSN


National: “Republicans Hired Way More Ex-Lobbyists as Congressional Staffers in the Last Year Than Democrats, Analysis Finds” by Brian Metzger (Business Insider) for MSN


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