Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 21, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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California: “With FBI Probe Looming, L.A. City Council Members Revive Plan to Limit Developer Donations” by Emily Alpert Reyes and David Zahniser for Los Angeles Times

New Jersey: “NJ Lawmakers Look to Close ‘Dark Money’ Disclosure Loopholes as Top Democrats Face Flak” by Nicholas Pugliese for Bergen Record


National: “President Trump Directed His Attorney Michael Cohen to Lie to Congress About the Moscow Tower Project” by Jason Leopold and Anthony Cormier for BuzzFeed News

National: “GOP Rep. Jason Smith Apologizes for Telling Democrats to ‘Go Back to Puerto Rico’” by Jennifer Scholtes, Caitlin Emma, and Sarah Ferris for Politico

National: “Former VA Secretary Violated Ethics Rules by Allowing Employee to Drive His Wife Around” by Donovan Slack for USA Today

North Carolina: “Judge: GOP can’t block liberal group’s Twitter comments” by Todd Richmond (Associated Press) for Charlotte Observer


National: “Law Firm to Pay $4.6 Million in Case Tied to Manafort and Ukraine” by Kenneth Vogel and Mathew Goldstein for New York Times

South Dakota: “Kerfuffle from Article on Lobbyist’s Access to House Floor” by the Staff for

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