Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 12, 2022  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


New York: “GOP Sues Over Law Letting Noncitizens Vote in NYC Elections” by Marina Vileneuve (Associated Press) for MSN

Washington: “A Rural Washington School Board Race Shows How Far-Right Extremists Are Shifting to Local Power” by Hannah Allam (Washington Post) for Seattle Times


National: “Justice Dept. Forms New Domestic Terrorism Unit to Address Growing Threat” by Matt Zapotosky and Devlin Barrett (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Judge Mulls Whether Trump’s Silence on Jan. 6 Could Amount to ‘Agreement’ with Rioters” by Josh Gerstein and Kyle Cheney (Politico) for MSN

New Mexico: “New Mexico Ethics Commission to Consider Charges Against Dow” by Robert Nott (Santa Fe New Mexican) for Yahoo News

New York: “Hochul’s Taxpayer-Funded Air Travel May Violate Ethics Rules” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union


Kentucky: “Senate Bill Would Block State Contracts If Bidders’ Lobbyists Are Convicted of Crimes” by John Cheves (Lexington Herald-Leader) for Yahoo News


Florida: “Florida Officials Tried to Steer Education Contract to Former Lawmaker’s Company” by Lawrence Mower and Ana Ceballos (Tampa Bay Times) for Yahoo News

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