Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 5, 2019  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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California: “California Democrat Halts Fundraising Amid Scrutiny into Donations from Industry He Regulates” by Hannah Wiley for Sacramento Bee

New Mexico: “Residents to Weigh in on Democracy Dollars Proposal This Fall” by Jessica Dyer for Albuquerque Journal

Rhode Island: “A Small Campaign with a Six-Figure Problem” by Edward Fitzpatrick for Boston Globe

Washington: “Some Corporate Donors Turn Away from Washington Rep. Matt Shea After Controversies” by Joseph O’Sullivan for Seattle Times


Canada: “Unlike U.S., Canada Plans Coordinated Attack on Foreign Election Interference” by Alexander Panetta and Mark Scott for Politico

North Carolina: “North Carolina Judges Toss Districts Drawn for GOP Advantage” by Emery Dalesio and Gary Robertson for AP News


National: “Top Interior Official Who Pushed to Expand Drilling in Alaska to Join Oil Company There” by Juliet Eilperin and Steven Mufson (Washington Post) for MSN

Kentucky: “How Kentucky Gambled for Hundreds of Millions of Dollars from a Broadband Program It Didn’t Qualify For” by Alfred Miler (Louisville Courier Journal) for ProPublica

Massachusetts: “How One Routine Zoning Vote Turned into a Federal Investigation” by Tim Logan and Milton Valencia for Boston Globe


National: “Prominent DC Lawyer Acquitted in Foreign Lobbying Case” by Eric Tucker for AP News

New Jersey: “Assemblyman Ryan Peters to Introduce EDA, Lobbying Reforms” by David Levinsky for Burlington County Times

New York: “Billboard Questions Role of JCOPE Chairman” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

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