Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 9, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “IRS Issues Proposed Rules to Reduce Donor Disclosure Requirements Following Court Ruling” by Naomi Jagoda for The Hill


Iowa: “A Family Affair: As their parents campaign in Iowa, kids of 2020 candidates get a taste of the trail” by Ian Richardson for Des Moines Register


California: “Insurance Commissioner Charging Rent for Second Residence to Taxpayers” by Carla Marinucci and Angela Hart for Politico

Massachusetts: “Mayor Charged with Taking Bribes to Help Pot Businesses” by Philip Marcelo for AP News

Pennsylvania: “Deal to End Ex-Philly Deputy Mayor’s Bribery Case with One-Year Sentence Crumbles in Court” by Jeremy Roebuck for Philadelphia Inquirer


Florida: “NRA’s Marion Hammer Got Illegal Loans from Nonprofit She Runs, Unified Sportsmen of Florida” by Dan Christensen for Florida Bulldog

Montana: “Montana Ethics Chief Recommends Bringing Lobbying Code ‘Into the 21st Century’” by Eric Dietrich (Montana Free Press) for Bozeman Daily Chronicle


National: “Redistricting Fights Rage with Future of Congress at Stake” by Reid Wilson for The Hill

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