Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 20, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Swag, but No Luxury Suites: Big donors endure a party-less party convention” by Shane Goldmacher for New York Times

National: “Staff Wants More People of Color Named to the FEC” by Sarah Swann for The Fulcrom

California: “Did L.A. County Wrongly Promote a Tax Hike? It’ll Pay Hefty $1.35 Million to Settle Claims” by Kim Bojorquez for Sacramento Bee


Florida: “Federal Appeals Court Considers Whether to Uphold Florida Felon Voting Law” by Gary Fineout for Politico

Missouri: “Missouri Judge Finds GOP Redistricting Measure Misleading” by David Lieb for Associated Press News


National: “Financial Disclosures Reveal Postmaster General’s Business Entanglements and Likely Conflicts of Interest, Experts Say” by Marshall Cohen for CNN

Arizona: “Farmers Pay Arizona City Official with Goat for Outside Job” by Staff for Associated Press News

Nevada: “Ex-LVCVA Boss to Pay Thousands in Ethics Fines Over Gift Card Scandal” by Jeff German for Las Vegas Review-Journal

Virginia: “Virginia Sen. L. Louise Lucas Charged with Felonies Over Portsmouth’s Confederate Monument Protest” by Laura Vozzella and Gregory Schneider for Washington Post


Canada: “WE Charity Registers as Lobbyist, Lays Off Dozens of Employees” by Joan Bryden and Teresa Wright (Canadian Press) for HuffPost Canada

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