Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 29, 2020  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “GOP Appointee Resigns from Federal Election Commission, Once Again Leaving It Without a Quorum” by Michelle Ye Hee Lee for Washington Post

Utah: “Lobbyists and a Utah Senate Leader Create What Critics Call a ‘Fake PAC’ to Help Friends” by Lee Davidson for Salt Lake Tribune


National: “Democrats Confirm Plans for Nearly All-Virtual Convention” by Bill Barrow for AP News

Washington DC: “Milestone House Vote on DC Statehood Is Where It Likely Ends … For Now” by Chris Cioffi for Roll Call


National: “SBA Exempted Lawmakers, Federal Officials from Ethics Rules in $660 Billion Loan Program” by Jonathan O’Connell and Aaron Gregg for Washington Post

California: “Permit Expediter Accused of Fraud to Cooperate in FBI City Hall Corruption Probe” by Michael Barber and Joseph Sabatini for San Francisco Examiner

Maryland: “Baltimore Comptroller Pratt Responds to Report Alleging She Approved Contracts for Groups on Abstention List” by Emily Opilo for Baltimore Sun

New York: “NYC Board of Elections Director Fined for Violating Ethics Law” by Brigid Bergin (WNYC) for Gothamist


National: “DOJ Files Charges Against Disgraced Lobbyist Jack Abramoff” by Theodoric Meyer for Politico

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