Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 3, 2018  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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California: L.A. Councilman’s Wife Was a Paid Fundraiser. Ex-Aides Say He Assigned Them to Help by Adam Elmahrek, David Zahniser, and Emily Alpert-Reyes for the Los Angeles Times


National: Trump-Led GOP Grows Increasingly Tolerant of Racially Divisive Politics by Matt Viser and Michael Scherer (Washington Post) for The News-Times

North Carolina: Amid Fraud Allegations, North Carolina Election Board Won’t Certify House Race by Sasha Ingber for Maine Public


National: The Swamp Builders by Manuel Roig-Franzia for The Washington Post

National: Supreme Court to Consider Case That Could Affect Potential Manafort Prosecutions by Robert Barnes for The Washington Post

New Mexico: New Mexico Lawmakers Debate Ethics Secrecy by Dan McKay for the Albuquerque Journal


National: Ex-Justice Official Helped 1MDB’s Jho Low Funnel Dirty Money by Greg Farrell, Tom Schoenberg, and David Voreacos for Bloomberg

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