Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 22, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Big Donor Steyer’s Presidential Run Could Deny Millions to Other Democratic Races” by Sharon Bernstein for Reuters

Nevada: “Ex-Nevada Senate Democrat Sentenced for Campaign Fund Fraud” by Ken Ritter for AP News


Arizona: “Public Corruption Tough to Prove Without Smoking Gun” by Ben Chiles for Arizona Capitol Times

Pennsylvania: “After a Bombshell Corruption Scandal, Lower Southampton Grapples with Restoring Faith in Government” by Vinny Vella for Philadelphia Inquirer

Washington DC: “D.C. Council Member’s Cousin Is Listed in $215 Million No-Bid Gambling Contract” by Fenit Nirappil for San Francisco Chronicle


National: “Dem Frontrunners Cash in on Slippery Definition of Lobbying” by Theodoric Meyer for Politico

Massachusetts: “Are Boston’s New Lobbying Rules Too Broad?” by Danny McDonald and Matt Stout for Boston Globe

New Hampshire: “As Lobbying in N.H. Grows More Complex, It’s Nearly Impossible to Follow the Money” by Casey McDermott for New Hampshire Public Radio

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