Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 26, 2018  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: County Won’t Name Everyone Who Broke Campaign Money Laws by Nick Gerda for Voice of OC

Illinois: Rauner Blasts Chicago Mayoral Candidate Willie Wilson’s Cash Giveaway, State Says He Didn’t Violate Campaign Rules by John Byrne and Rick Pearson for Chicago Tribune

Montana: Gov. Bullock Sues IRS Over Decision to Stop Requiring Some Tax-Exempt Groups to Identify Donors by Amy Beth Hansson (Associated Press) for Helena Independent Record

New York: Sugarman Cracks Down on Former-IDC Campaign Accounts by David Lombardo for Albany Times Union


National: There Is a Revolution on the Left. Democrats Are Bracing. by Alexander Burns (New York Times) for MSN


National: Federal Judge Allows Emoluments Case Against Trump to Proceed by Ann Marimow, Jonathan O’Connell, and David Fahrenthold (Washington Post) for MSN

National: Wilbur Ross Actively Pushed to Add Citizenship Question to 2020 Census, Documents Show by Tara Bahrampour (Washington Post) for San Francisco Chronicle

Illinois: Lawmakers Question Possible Conflicts of Interest in Tollway Contracts by Mary Wisniewski for Chicago Tribune


National: Two Trump Allies, Seeing Unlimited Opportunity, Instead Drew Scrutiny by Kenneth Vogel, Mark Mazzetti, Maggie Haberman, and David Kirkpatrick (New York Times) for MSN

Pennsylvania: Board of Ethics Says Pro-Soda Tax Coalition Violated Lobbying Law by Alison Burdo for Philadelphia Business Journal


National: Drive Against Gerrymandering Finds New Life in Ballot Initiatives by Michael Wines (New York Times) for MSN

Continue Reading

State and Federal Communications, Inc. provides research and consulting services for government relations professionals on lobbying laws, procurement lobbying laws, political contribution laws in the United States and Canada. Learn more by visiting

Sort by Month