Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 19, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Tennessee: “State Officials Launch Probe of Former House Speaker Glen Casada’s Campaign Finances” by Joel Ebert for The Tennessean


National: “Do Trump Officials Plan to Break Centuries of Precedent in Divvying Up Congress?” by Hansi Lo Wang for National Public Radio


National: “Feds Charge Ex-UAW Leader in Growing Corruption Scandal” by Robert Snell, Kalea Hall, and Breana Noble for Detroit News

National: “Trump Wields Power Against Political Enemies” by Toluse Olorunnipa (Washington Post) for Beaumont Enterprise

California: “Former L.A. Planning Director Faces $281,000 Ethics Fine, the Largest of Its Kind” by David Zahniser, Emily Alpert Reyes, and for Los Angeles Times

Washington DC: “Jack Evans Threatened Metro Officials’ Jobs in an Effort to Conceal Ethics Violation, Documents Show” by Robert McCartney for Washington Post

Legislative Issues

Texas: “Committee Asks Texas Rangers to Investigate House Speaker’s Meeting with Empower Texans” by Tessa Weinberg for Fort Worth Star-Telegram


Pennsylvania: “Philly’s Voting Machine Contract Will Move Forward Despite Vendor ES&S’ Failure to Disclose Its Use of Lobbyists” by Jonathan Lai for Philadelphia Inquirer

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