Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 8, 2022  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


California: “Buscaino Spends Donor Funds on Family Trips to Hawaii and Italy” by Benjamin Oreskes and Maloy Moore (Los Angeles Times) for Yahoo News

Illinois: “Famously Shrewd, Michael Madigan Has Been Indicted. But What Did He Actually Say on Tape?” by Jason Meisner and Ray Long (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

New York: “Inspector General Investigates JCOPE ‘Hot Mic’ Episode” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Ohio: “Ohio Regulatory Judge Steps Back from FirstEnergy’s HB 6 Cases After Subpoenaed Records Reveal His Role” by Kathiann Kowalski for Energy News Network

Tennessee: “Tennessee Rep. Robin Smith Resigns from Legislature After Wire Fraud Charge” by Melissa Brown and Adam Friedman (Tennessean) for Yahoo News

Washington DC: “The Tiny Radio Station Broadcasting Russian Propaganda in D.C.” by Paul Farhi (Washington Post) for WFPL

Legislative Issues

Kansas: “Lawmakers May Change How Kansas Supreme Court Justices Are Picked as Redistricting Case Looms” by Andrew Bahl (Topeka Capital-Journal) for Yahoo News


National: “K Street Was Fine Taking Russian Cash – Until It Couldn’t” by Hailey Fuchs (Politico) for Yahoo News

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