Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 1, 2018  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Former Congressman Claims Vindication after Miami Judge Dismisses Ringer Lawsuit” by David Smiley for Miami Herald

Canada: “B.C. to Review Campaign Finance Laws After Civic Elections” by Ian Bailey and Wendy Steuk for The Globe and Mail

California: “Governor Brown Signs Social Media DISCLOSE Act” by Richard Newman for National Law Review

Oregon: “Oregon Ballot Measure Campaigns Face Nearly $24,000 In Fines for Late Finance Reporting” by Kirk VanderHart for Oregon Public Broadcasting


Alabama: “Oliver Robinson Sentenced to Less Than Three Years in Prison” by Ivana Hrynkiw for

Massachusetts: “Former State Senator Brian Joyce Found Dead at His Home” by Matt Stout and Danny McDonald for Boston Globe


National: “Washington’s FARA Frenzy Fomenting New Legal Business” by Ryan Lovelace for

Kentucky: “Ethics Bill Seeks to Close Reporting Loophole on Groups Paying for Legislators’ Travel” by Joe Sonka for Insider Louisville

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