Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 14, 2018  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “FEC Allows Candidate to Use Campaign Funds for Child Care” by Aris Folley for The Hill

Connecticut: “The Place Mat King: Sen. Tony Hwang spent $15K on restaurant ads” by Neil Vigdor for Hartford Courant

Missouri: “Donors Behind Political Cash Cannot Be Concealed, Ethics Watchdog Says” by Sky Chadde for St. Louis Post-Dispatch


National: “These Women Mostly Ignored Politics. Now, Activism Is Their Job.” by Campbell Robertson (New York Times) for MSN

New York: “Special Prosecutor Appointed in Schneiderman Probe” by Rachel Silberstein for Albany Times Union


National: “AT&T Ousts Top Lobbyist After Payments to Trump Attorney” by Melissa Repko and Tom Benning for Dallas News

Arizona: “Tactics Scrutinized in Phoenix Medical-Marijuana Dispensary Cases” by Jessica Boehm for Arizona Republic

Florida: “It Was Supposed to Show Who Profited from Public Money. But the Rule Wasn’t Enforced” by Elizabeth Koh for Miami Herald

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