Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 28, 2018  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Kicking and Screaming Toward Senate 2.0” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

Maine: “Maine Ethics Panel Sharply Cuts Payments to Publicly Financed Candidates” by Michael Shepherd for Bangor Daily News

Maine: “Major Political Donors Must Disclose Sources Under New Maine Law” by The Associated Press for Maine Public Radio

Minnesota: “Meet the Donors Who Give to Both DFL and GOP Candidates in Minnesota” by Peter Callaghan and Greta Kaul for Minnesota Post

Ohio: “Mike DeWine, Richard Cordray Donors Got Big Contracts from Ohio Attorney General’s Office” by James McNair (Ohio Center for Investigative Journalism) for Cincinnati Enquier

Ohio: “Appeals Court Says Ohio’s Rules on Judicial Campaigns Are Constitutional” by Eric Heisig for Cleveland Plain Dealer


National: “Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: The Democrat who challenged her party’s establishment – and won” by David Weigel for Washington Post


New Hampshire: “Hassan Intern Caught on Video Swearing at Trump Won’t Be Fired” by Paul Feely and David Solomon for Manchester Union Leader

Missouri: “Klahr Leaving Ethics for Veterans Commission” by Bob Watson for News Tribune

Oklahoma: “Oklahoma Watchdog Agency Accuses Legislators of Starving It” by Nolan Clay for The Oklahoman


National: “Who Should File as a Foreign Agent Is a Tough One to Figure Out” by Ken Doyle for Bloomberg Government


Virginia: “Court Rules Virginia Legislative Districts Unconstitutional” by Denise Lavoie and Alan Suderman (Associated Press) for Seattle Times

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