Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 21, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Oklahoma: “Oklahoma PAC Accused of Repeated Violations of Campaign Finance Laws” by Nolan Clay for The Oklahoman

Rhode Island: “Ex-Mattiello Operative Charged with Money Laundering; Says He’s Been Made ‘Fall Guy’” by Katherine Gregg for Providence Journal


National: “Why Trump Dropped His Idea to Hold the G7 at His Own Hotel” by Maggie Haberman, Eric Lipton, and Katie Rogers (New York Times) for MSN

National: “‘Get Over It’: Defiant chief of staff rides out storm over Ukraine remarks” by Michael Crowley and Maggie Haberman (New York Times) for Minneapolis Star Tribune

Michigan: “Judge Weighs Rep. Larry Inman Fundraising: Bribery or protected speech?” by John Agar for

Texas: “House Speaker Dennis Bonnen Says, ‘No Laws Were Broken.’ Legal Hurdles Remain.” by Emma Platoff and Jolie McCullough for Texas Tribune

West Virginia: “Billionaire Governor’s Family Farms Get Subsidy” by Anthony Izaguirre for AP News


California: “Glendale Officials Take First Steps to Regulate Lobbying” by Lila Seidman for Los Angeles Times

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