Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 30, 2019  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Arkansas: “Political Activist Sues State Over Campaign Giving” by Linda Satter for Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette


National: “September Debate Rules Could Winnow 2020 Democratic Field” by Michael Scherer for Washington Post


National: “Transportation Secretary Failed to Sever Financial Ties to Construction Company” by Eric Lipton for New York Times

National: “Freshman Lashes Out After House Ethics Rules Bar Promoting Bone Marrow Drive” by Katherine Tully McManus for Roll Call

National: “As He Exits, Mueller Suggests Only Congress Can ‘Formally Accuse a Sitting President of Wrongdoing’” by Matt Zapotosky, Devlin Barrett, and Felicia Sonmez for Washington Post

Canada: “SNC-Lavalin Headed to Trial on Corruption Charges After Judge Finds Evidence Against Company Sufficient” by Gabriel Freidman for Financial Post

Illinois: “Illinois Video Gambling Tax Hike Will Be Decided by Lawmakers with Financial Ties to the Industry” by Jason Grotto (ProPublica Illinois) and Dan Mihalopoulos (WBEZ) for ProPublica

Montana: “Court: Montana ethics complaints are public information” by Matt Volz for AP News

New Mexico: “State Closes Book on Pay-to-Play Scandal” by Mike Gallagher for Albuquerque Journal

New York: “‘So Completely Compromised’: New York watchdog agencies Have a credibility problem” by Samar Khurshid for Gotham Gazette

Tennessee: “19 Days of Turmoil: Inside Glen Casada’s fall as Tennessee House speaker” by Joel Ebert and Natalie Allison for The Tennessean


National: “Anti-Corruption Group Hits Congress for Ignoring K Street, Capitol Hill ‘Revolving Door’” by Mike Lillis for The Hill

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