Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 3, 2020  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Online Political Ads: Cheap, efficient and ripe for misuse” by Barbara Ortutay and Amanda Seitz for AP News

National: “Fix the FEC Quick, Bipartisan Group of Former Lawmakers Pleads” by Sara Swann for The Fulcrom

New Mexico: “Nonprofit Loses Beef Over City’s Campaign-Disclosure Rule” by Victpria Preiskop for Courthouse News Service


National: “Trump Told Bolton to Help His Ukraine Pressure Campaign, Book Says” by Maggie Haberman and Michael Schmidt (New York Times) for MSN

Illinois: “Illinois Ethics Laws Among the Weakest in the Nation” by Peter Hancock for Southern Illinoisan

New Jersey: “Mahwah Mayor’s Conduct ‘Outrageous’ Say Women Confronting Abuse, Harassment in NJ Politics” by Stacey Barchenger and Terrence McDonald for Bergen Record

Texas: “DeSoto Officials Mired in Fraud Scandal Also Took AT&T Freebies to Attend Dinners, Audit Shows” by Miles Moffeit for Dallas News


California: “Assembly Candidate Dawn Addis Accepts, Then Returns, Donation from Wind Energy Lobbyist” by Matt Fountain for San Luis Obispo Tribune

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