Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 20, 2023  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


California: “Anaheim Top City Staff Shower Themselves with Free Tickets to Venues They Oversee” by Noah Biesiada and Hosam Elattar for Voice of OC

National: “FBI Resisted Opening Probe into Trump’s Role in Jan. 6 for More Than a Year” by Carol Leoning and Aaron Davis (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Lina Khan Rejected FTC Ethics Recommendation to Recuse in Meta Case” by Leah Nylen (Bloomberg) for MSN

Illinois: “After Judge Rules Niles Ethics Board Cannot Be Elected, Citizens File Appeal” by Caroline Kubzansky (Chicago Tribune) for Yahoo News

National: “How Local Officials Seek Revenge on Their Hometown Newspapers” by Emily Flitter (New York Times) for Yahoo News

Ohio: “Jury Finds Former Toledo Councilman Guilty on One of Two Bribery Charges” by Staff for WTVG

Rhode Island: “R.I. Governor McKee Says He Apologized to Developer Insulted by Official’s Racist, Sexist Remarks” by Brian Amaral (Boston Globe) for MSN


Connecticut: “Former CT Port Authority Board Member Fined for Ethics Violations” by Michael Brown (Connecticut Mirror) for MSN

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