Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 2, 2020  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Top FEC Official’s Undisclosed Ties to Trump Raise Concerns Over Agency Neutrality” by Mike Spies and Jake Pearson for ProPublica

National: “Cruz Fights to Get Back Money He Loaned Campaign” by Megan Mineiro for Courthouse News Service

Colorado: “Judge Denies Advocacy Group’s Attempt to Suspend Colo. Campaign Finance Enforcement” by Michael Karlick for Colorado Politics


Minnesota: “Federal Appeals Court Suggests Late-Arriving Minnesota Ballots May Be Tossed” by Zach Montellaro for Politico


Canada: “Ethics Commissioner Clears Morneau of Accepting Gift from WE Charity” by Joan Bryden (Canadian Press) for CTV

Hawaii: “Retired Hawaii Official Fined $5K for Accepting Free Meals” by Staff for Associated Press News

Maryland: “Following Pugh Scandal, UMMS Seeks a ‘Fresh Start’ in Implementing Auditor-Recommended Ethics Changes” by Ben Leonard (Baltimore Sun) for Yahoo News

Ohio: “2 Ohio Political Operatives Plead Guilty in Bribery Probe” by Andrew Welsh-Huggins for Associated Press News


National: “How the NFL’s Gridiron PAC Uses Influence in Washington” by Michael Rothstein for ESPN


Arizona: “Judge Won’t Delay Appointments to Arizona’s Redistricting Panel Despite Lawsuit” by Howard Fischer (Capitol Media Services) for Arizona Daily Star

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