Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 6, 2019  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Connecticut: “Senate Takes Late-Night Jab at Elections Watchdog” by Mark Pazniokas for Connecticut Mirror

Vermont: “Attorney General Clears Matt Dunne Over Campaign Debt Repayment” by Colin Meyn for


National: “Meet the GOP Operatives Who Aim to Smear the 2020 Democrats – but Keep Bungling It” by Manuel Roig-Franzia and Beth Reinhard (Washington Post) for MSN

North Carolina: “Federal Investigators to Examine Equipment from 2016 N.C. Election Amid Renewed Fears of Russian Hacking” by Neena Satija (Washington Post) for Laredo Morning Times


Alabama: “At Hubbard Hearing, Alabama Supreme Court Justices Suggest Ethics Law May Be Vague” by Brian Lyman for Montgomery Advertiser

California: “Oakland Councilwoman Claims Free Warriors Tickets; Staff Error Blamed” by John Woolfolk for San Jose Mercury News


National: “Catholic Church Spent $10 Million on Lobbyists in Fight to Stymie Priest Sex Abuse Suits” by Corky Siemaszko for NBC News

National: “How Payday Lenders Spent $1 Million at a Trump Resort – and Cashed In” by Alice Wilder (WNYC) and Anjali Tsui for ProPublica

Missouri: “Pot Lobbyist Indicted in Federal Marijuana Conspiracy Tied to Old Hawthorne Death” by Jack Suntrup (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) for Columbia Missourian

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