Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 5, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Proposed FEC Rule Would Further Constrain Foreign Election Contributions” by Philip Ewing for National Public Radio

California: “Insurance Commissioner Accepted, Returned More Cash from Insurers Than Previously Known” by Jeff McDonald for San Diego Union-Tribune

North Carolina: “Former Rep. Rodney Moore Pleads Guilty in Campaign Finance Case, Gets Probation” by Jim Morrill for Charlotte Observer

Oregon: “Paid Ballots and More Disclosure Are Coming to Oregon Elections” by Dirk VanderHart for Oregon Public Broadcasting


Colorado: “New State Ethics Commissioner Debra Johnson Previously Investigated for Workplace Misconduct” by Bente Berkeland for Colorado Public Radio

Florida: “Former Jacksonville Public Defender Gave Away Guns, Money after Failed Re-election” by Andew Pantazi for Florida Times Union


Minnesota: “Veterans Charity Under Scrutiny after DOC Official Suspected of Lobbying for Her Husband” by Dave Orrick for St. Paul Pioneer Press

Wyoming: “Tribal Leaders Knew of Anti-Regulatory Lobbying Effort, Documents and 2 Council Members Say” by Chris Aadland and Nick Reynolds for Casper Star-Tribune

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