Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 28, 2019  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Corporate Political Transparency: It’s optional” by Dave Levinthal for Center for Public Integrity


National: “Civil Rights Leaders Thought They’d Figured Out How to Deal with Facebook. But Now They Are ‘Livid.’” by Craig Timberg for Washington Post


National: “For Impeachment Witnesses, Testifying Can Cost $15,000” by Sharon LaFraniere (New York Times) for MSN

National: “Justice Dept. Is Said to Open Criminal Inquiry into Its Own Russia Investigation” by Katie Benner and Adam Goldman (New York Times) for MSN

California: “Times Investigation: L.A. councilman Wesson helped apartment executives while his son received rent break” by David Zahniser and Emily Alpret Reyes for Los Angeles Times

Pennsylvania: “Inside the FBI Investigation into Philly Councilman Kenyatta Johnson, His Wife, and Kenny Gamble’s Nonprofit” by Jeremy Roebuck and Chris Brennan for Philadelphia Inquirer


Illinois: “Former Lake Forest City Manager Indicted for Role in Paying Lobbyists Over Controversial Rail Project” by Daniel Dorfman (Pioneer Press) for Chicago Tribune

New York: “Kat Sullivan Sues JCOPE Over Lobbying Allegations” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

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