Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 17, 2020  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Biden Aides Headline DNC Fundraisers with Lobbyists” by Theodoric Meyer for Politico


National: “Postal Service Warns 46 States Their Voters Could Be Disenfranchised by Delayed Mail-In Ballots” by Erin Cox, Elise Viebeck, Jacob Bogage, and Christopher Ingraham for Washington Post

National: “‘Gosh, I Basically Cover the Campaign from My Couch’” by Eli Okun and John Harris for Politico


Florida: “A Florida GOP Sheriff Allegedly Ordered the Arrest of His Mistress. Now He’s the One Facing Charges.” by Teo Armus for Washington Post

Illinois: “Democratic State Lawmakers Propose Series of Ethics Changes” by Jamie Munks for Chicago Tribune

New York: “Trump Is Not Entitled to Details of Tax Returns Inquiry, D.A. Says” by Nicole Hong and William Rashbaum for New York Times

Ohio: “Indicted Former Ohio House Speaker Will Remain on Ethics Panel” by Laura Bischoff for Dayton Daily News

Tennessee: “Tennessee Governor to Sign Tougher Penalties for Some Protests” by Jonathan Mattise (Associated Press) for Memphis Commercial Appeal


Colorado: “Marlboro’s Owners Negotiated Colorado’s Proposed Tobacco Tax Hike – and It Could Help Them Dominate the Cigarette Market” by Jesse Paul for Colorado Sun

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