Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 19, 2022  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Massachusetts: “A Charlie Baker-Aligned Super PAC Broke State Law by Touting Him as ‘Special Guest’ at Fundraiser, Regulators Say” by Matt Stout (Boston Globe) for MSN


National: “This Year’s Ballot Measures Will Change How Many Americans Vote” by Aaron Mendelson for Center for Public Integrity


California: “Beverly Hills Developer Gets 4 Years in Prison for Bribing L.A. County Official” by Michael Finnegan (Los Angeles Times) for MSN

Hawaii: “Honolulu Teacher Violated Ethics by Accepting $16,600 From School Volunteer” by Viola Gaskell for Honolulu Civil Beat

Oregon: “Oregon Agencies Scrutinize Controversial Fiber-Optic Deal in Morrow County” by Mike Rogoway (Portland Oregonian) for MSN

Washington DC: “Rudy Giuliani Likely Committed Misconduct Over 2020 Election, DC Bar Panel Finds” by Zoe Tillman (Bloomberg) for MSN


Europe: “Bribery Case Cracks Open European Parliament – and Finds Hidden Cash” by Matina Stevis-Gridneff, Monika Pronczuk, Tariq Panja, and Sarah Hurtes (New York Times) for DNyuz

Minnesota: “Lobbying Law Could Squeeze Some Minnesota Legislators” by Brian Bakst for MPR News

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