Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 21, 2021  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


National: “Meadows Contempt Vote Poses Thorny Questions for DOJ” by Rebecca Beitsch and Harper Neidig (The Hill) for MSN

California: “Ex-S.F. Public Works Director Nuru Pleads Guilty to Federal Fraud Charge” by Michael Cabanatuan (Sam Francisco Chronicle) for MSN

Illinois: “Cook County Ethics Ordinance Slated for Biggest Overhaul in 15 Years, but Some Experts Want More” by Alice Yin (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

Ohio: “Ohio Job and Family Services Employee Cut Off Relative’s Unemployment Benefits After Fight” by Jessie Balmert (Columbus Dispatch) for MSN

South Carolina: “Former Richland County Recreation Director Facing Ethics Charges Over Raises, Promotions” by Stephen Fastenau for Charleston Post and Courier


National: “Black Lawmakers Threaten to Cut Off K St Unless It Diversifies” by Hailey Fuchs and Laura Barrón-López (Politico) for Yahoo News

Florida: “Documents Show FPL Wrote Bill to Slow Rooftop Solar’s Growth by Hampering Net Metering” by Mary Ellen Klas and Mario Ariza (Miami Herald) for MSN

Oklahoma: “The Jump from Political Staffer to Lobbyist Isn’t a Far One, at Least in Oklahoma” by Ben Felder (Oklahoman) for Yahoo News

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