Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 23, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Koch-Linked Nonprofit Must Disclose Donors, Settlement Mandates” by Kenneth Doyle for Bloomberg Government

California: “Commissioner Enjoyed Fine Dining, ‘Relationship Building’ with Insurance Executives Before Donations, Action in Their Favor” by Jeff McDonald for San Diego Union Tribune

Maryland: “Hogan Raising ‘Dark’ Money to Boost His Agenda, Stop Costly Education Plan” by Erin Cox (Washington Post) for Connecticut Post

Massachusetts: “Sen. Jo Comerford Bill Would Ban Use of Public or Campaign Funds for Sexual Harassment Payouts” by Katie Lannan (State House News Service) for


New York: “Trump Lawyers Argue He Cannot Be Criminally Investigated” by Michael Gold (New York Times) for MSN

Washington DC: “Why a D.C. Lawmaker Under Investigation Votes on His Own Probe and Discipline” by Fernit Nirappil for Washington Post


Florida: “Sen. Farmer Says There Is No Conflict of Interest Over His Relationship with Lobbyist” by Gary Roher for Orlando Sentinel

New York: “De Blasio to Developers: Donate to my nonprofit. $125,000 came” by Jeffrey Mayes (New York Times) for ENM News

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