Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 10, 2019  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Texas: “The 2019 Texas Inauguration Cost a Record $5.3 Million. Where Are the Receipts?” by Jay Root and Shannon Najmabadi for Texas Tribune

Elections

National: “Bernie Sanders Says He Will Slow His Campaign Pace After Heart Attack” by Sydney Ember and Jonathan Martin (New York Times) for ENM News

California: “California Makes ‘Deepfake’ Videos Illegal, but Law May Be Hard to Enforce” by Kari Paul for The Guardian

Pennsylvania: “The Amish Are the Target of a Republican Campaign to Drum Up Pa. Votes for Trump” by Julie Zauzmer (Washington Post) for Philadelphia Inquirer

Ethics

National: “Donald Trump’s Longtime Business Connections in Turkey Back in the Spotlight” by Heidi Przybyla and Anna Schecter for NBC News

National: “White House Declares War on Impeachment Inquiry, Claiming Effort to Undo Trump’s Election” by Nicholas Fandos, Peter Baker, Michael Schmidt, and Maggie Haberman (New York Times) for MSN

Minnesota: “Minneapolis Arena Backs Off on Rally Security Costs after Trump Campaign Cries Extortion, Threatens to Sue” by Colby Itkowitz for Washington Post

North Carolina: “NC House Speaker Suing Duke Energy” by Travis Fain for WRAL

Lobbying

Nevada: “LVCVA Board Bans Gifts as Part of Ethics Overhaul” by Jeff German for Las Vegas Review-Journal

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