August 21, 2017 •

State Government and Ethics News Will Return!

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October 27, 2016 •

5000 Posts and Going Strong

Lobby Comply is pleased to announce the celebration of our 5,000th blog post! We will continue to be your expert source, providing the latest news and analysis on campaign finance, lobbying, procurement, and ethics laws. Thank you to all of […]

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September 2, 2016 •

See You on September 12!

Lobby Comply is taking a holiday break. We will be back on Monday, September 12. Enjoy your Labor Day holiday!

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March 2, 2016 •

Wednesday Government Relations News

Lobbying Massachusetts: “Bill Would Have Lobbyists Disclose Clients” by Michael Norton (State House News Service) for The Sentinel & Enterprise Campaign Finance “Jeb Bush’s Ambitions Paid Dividends for GOP Admaker Over the Years” by Matea Gold for Washington Post California: “California’s […]

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Massachusetts: “Bill Would Have Lobbyists Disclose Clients” by Michael Norton (State House News Service) for The Sentinel & Enterprise

Campaign Finance

Jeb Bush’s Ambitions Paid Dividends for GOP Admaker Over the Years” by Matea Gold for Washington Post

California: “California’s Ethics Watchdog Opposes Donor Stickers for Politicians” by Alexei Koseff for Sacramento Bee

New Jersey: “Another Birdsall Exec Pleads Guilty, Faces Jail” by Kathleen Hopkins for Asbury Park Press

Ethics

Pennsylvania: “Menendez’s Lawyers Argue That Public Corruption Case against Senator Should Be Thrown Out” by Matt Zapotosky for Washington Post

District of Columbia: “Ethics Group Urges Inquiry of Mortgage Banking Lobbyist Who Led F.H.A.” by Gretchen Morgenson for New York Times

New Mexico: “Governor OKs Upgrades to State’s Campaign Finance Reporting System” by Heath Haussamen for New MexicoPolitics.net

Oklahoma: “Credit Card Purchases, Gifts Questioned by Oklahoma’s State Audit” by Randy Ellis for The Oklahoman

Elections

How America’s Dying White Supremacist Movement Is Seizing on Donald Trump’s Appeal” by Jonathan Mahler for Washington Post

Inside the Clinton Team’s Plan to Defeat Donald Trump” by Amy Chozick and Patrick Healy for New York Times

“Donald Trump Overwhelms G.O.P. Rivals from Alabama to Massachusetts” by Alexander Burns and Jonathan Martin for New York Times

“Minority Voters Push Hillary Clinton to Victories” by Patrick Healy and Amy Chozick for New York Times

Legislative Issues

Wyoming: “‘Leg’-Mart’ Growing on Wyoming Lawmakers, Public” by Laura Hancock for Casper Star-Tribune

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February 24, 2016 •

Wednesday Government Relations News

Lobbying California: “California Bill Would Ban Legislative Junkets Funded by Interest Groups” by Jeremy White for Sacramento Bee Missouri: “Curtis Presents Bill to Cut Union Exemption for Lobbying” by Travis Zimpfer for Missouri Times Campaign Finance “Democratic Party Fundraising Effort […]

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California: “California Bill Would Ban Legislative Junkets Funded by Interest Groups” by Jeremy White for Sacramento Bee

Missouri: “Curtis Presents Bill to Cut Union Exemption for Lobbying” by Travis Zimpfer for Missouri Times

Campaign Finance

Democratic Party Fundraising Effort Helps Clinton Find New Donors, Too” by Matea Gold and Tom Hamburger for Washington Post

Can You Sell Marijuana Pipes to Help Fund Bernie Sanders?” by Michael Beckel for Center for Public Integrity

Massachusetts: “Baker Taps Wealthy Donors in Bid to Shape Mass. GOP” by Frank Phillips for Boston Globe

Mississippi: “Elected Officials Use Campaign Finds for Private Gain in Mississippi” by Geoff Pender, Mollie Bryant, and Katie Royals (Jackson Clarion-Ledger) for The Sun-Herald

New Jersey: “Birdsall CEO Pleads Guilty in Huge N.J. Pay-to-Play Scheme” by S.P. Sullivan (NJ Advance Media) for Newark Star Ledger

Ethics

New York: “Watchdog Group Asks for Inquiry into Nonprofits Tied to de Blasio” by J. David Goodman for New York Times

Elections

Univision Aims to Make Hispanic Voting Bloc Even More Formidable” by Nick Corasaniti for New York Times

Nevada: “In Nevada Caucuses, Trump Gets a Third Straight Win” by Philip Rucker and David Weigel for Washington Post

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February 11, 2016 •

Thursday News Roundup

Lobbying Maine: “Why it’s Hard to Figure out Who’s Influencing Maine Lawmakers” by Darren Fishell for Bangor Daily News Campaign Finance “Bernie Sanders’s Fundraising Prowess Boosts His Post-New Hampshire Efforts” by Matea Gold and John Wagner for Washington Post Ethics […]

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Maine: “Why it’s Hard to Figure out Who’s Influencing Maine Lawmakers” by Darren Fishell for Bangor Daily News

Campaign Finance

Bernie Sanders’s Fundraising Prowess Boosts His Post-New Hampshire Efforts” by Matea Gold and John Wagner for Washington Post

Ethics

Arizona: “Phoenix City Council Advances Ethics Policy after 3 Years of Talks” by Dustin Gardiner for Arizona Republic

Hawaii:”‘Good Government’ Measures Take another Go at Hawaii Lawmakers”  by Nathan Eagle for Honolulu Civil Beat

Kentucky: “Bevin’s Proposed Budget Cuts Threaten Watchdog Agencies, Elections” by Nick Storm for cn/2

New Mexico: “New Mexico House Approves Ethics Commission Plan” by Morgan Lee (Associated Press) for Albany Times Union

Ethics: Former House Speaker Harrell must pay $113,500” by Seanna Adcox (Associated Press) for The Island Packet

Elections

How a Debate Misstep Sent Marco Rubio Tumbling in New Hampshire” by Jeremy Peters and Michael Barbaro for New York Times

Fiorina Suspends Republican Presidential Campaign” by Jenna Johnson, Abby Phillip, and Robert Costa for Washington Post

Chris Christie Plans to Drop out After New Hampshire Flop” by Alexander Burns and Maggie Haberman for New York Times

 

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December 23, 2015 •

See You in January

Lobby Comply is taking a holiday break. We’ll be back on Monday, January 4. Enjoy your holidays!

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October 8, 2015 •

4000 Posts and Going Strong

Lobby Comply is pleased to announce the celebration of our 4,000th blog post! We will continue to be the expert source, providing the latest news and analysis on campaign finance, lobbying, procurement, and ethics laws. Thank you to all of […]

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July 3, 2015 •

See You Next Week

Lobby Comply will be taking a one-week break. We’ll be back on Friday, July 10, with our weekly News You Can Use Digest. Enjoy your week!

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November 7, 2014 •

See You on November 14

Lobby Comply will be taking a one-week break. We’ll be back on Friday, November 14 with our weekly News You Can Use Digest. Enjoy your weekend!

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August 29, 2014 •

See You Next Week

  Lobby Comply will be taking a one-week break. We’ll be back on Friday, September 5 with our weekly News You Can Use Digest. Enjoy your Labor Day weekend!

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August 5, 2014 •

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