Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 26, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Georgia: “Judge: State can’t pursue charges against Georgia’s Oxendine” by Associated Press for MSN

Tennessee: “State Sen. Brian Kelsey, Nashville Club Owner Indicted in Campaign Finance Conspiracy” by Rachel Wegner and Brinley Hineman (The Tennessean) for MSN


National: “Inside Facebook’s Struggle to Contain Insurrectionists’ Posts” by Alexandra Levine (Politico) for Yahoo News

Texas: “Gov. Greg Abbott’s Pick for Top Texas Election Post Worked with Trump to Fight 2020 Results” by James Barragán and Patrick Svitek for Texas Tribune


National: “Twitter Algorithms Amplify Conservative Content More Than That of the Political Left, Researchers Find” by Taylor Telford (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Jan. 6 Protest Organizers Say They Participated in ‘Dozens’ of Planning Meetings with Members of Congress and White House Staff” by Hunter Walker (Rolling Stone) for Yahoo News

Missouri: “Unexplained Exits Becoming the Norm for Missouri Gov. Mike Parson’s Cabinet” by Jason Hancock for Missouri Independent


California: “San Diego City Attorney, Mayoral Aides Met with Lobbyists Over Ash Street Litigation” by Jeff McDonald (San Diego Union-Tribune) for San Diego Daily Tribune

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