Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 23, 2019  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “DC Circuit OKs Payment-Plan Rules for Campaign Donors” by Brad Katner for Courthouse News Service

New York: “Sugarman Reaches $100k Settlement with NYSUT” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Oregon: “Oregon Lawmakers Propose Campaign Donation Limits, But with ‘Huge Loophole’” by Rob Davis for Portland Oregonian


National: “A Conservative Activist’s Behind-the-Scenes Campaign to Remake the Nation’s Courts” by Robert O’Harrow Jr. and Shawn Boburg (Washington Post) for Alaska Dispatch News

National: “Confidential Draft IRS Memo Says Tax Returns Must Be Given to Congress Unless President Invokes Executive Privilege” by Jeff Stein and Josh Dawsey (Washington Post) for MSN

Florida: “Legislative ‘Sprinkle’ Adds Extra Half-Million Dollars to State Senator’s Nonprofit, Quietly Doubling State Payout to Lauren’s Kids” by Francisco Alvarado for Florida Bulldog

Michigan: “Michigan Lawmakers Say They Want Financial Transparency, But Few Are Releasing Records” by Lauren Gibbons and Taylor DesOrmeau for MLive

New York: “New York Passes Bill Giving Congress a Way to Get Trump’s State Tax Returns” by Jesse McKinley (New York Times) for MSN

Virginia: “Investigators Could Not Determine If Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam Is in Racist Yearbook Photo” by Laura Vozzella and Jim Morrison for Washington Post

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