Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

campaign finance, elections, lobbying

Campaign Finance

Canada: “Federal Liberals Violated Own Fundraising Rules” by Bill Curry and Tom Cardoso for The Globe and Mail

Hawaii: “Following Campaign Cash in Hawaii Just Got Easier” by Nathan Eagle for Honolulu Civil Beat

Illinois: “U.S. Appeals Court Upholds Illinois Campaign Finance Limits” by Associated Press for State Journal-Register

Montana: “Montana Green Party’s Ballot Benefactor May Remain Unknown” by Mary Beth Hanson (Associated Press) for Seattle Times

Ethics

National: “Alarm Grows Inside FEMA as Administrator Brock Long Fights for His Job” by William Wan and Nick Miroff for Washington Post

National: “Sen. Sasse Proposes Legislation to Address Congress’ Ethical Lapses” by Brent Martin for Hastings Tribune

Lobbying

National: “‘Robert Mueller’s Real Quest Here Is for the Truth’: How Paul Manafort’s plea brings the special counsel probe closer to its endgame” by Matt Zapotosky, Carol Leonnig, and Ashley Parker (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Manafort Plea Deal Casts New Scrutiny on Lobbyists He Recruited” by Kenneth Vogel (New York Times) for WRAL

Oklahoma: “Oklahoma Ethics Commission Adopts Rule Barring Legislators from Becoming Paid Lobbyists for Two Years” by Nolan Clay for The Oklahoman