Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 2, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Florida: “‘Wild West:’ Florida legislators’ PACs amass hundreds of millions of dollars” by Mark Harper and Abigail Brashear (Daytona Beach News-Journal) for Tallahassee Democrat

Massachusetts: “Correctional Officers PAC Pays $45,000 for Campaign Finance Violations Related to Buying Signs for Gov. Charlie Baker Campaign” by Shira Schoenberg for

New York: “New York’s New Public Campaign Funding System on the Books” by Maria Villeneuve for AP News


Michigan: “Michigan Supreme Court Revives Recall Petitions against Rep. Larry Inman” by Julie Mack for

Minnesota: “DFL Legislator’s Post at the U Did Not Violate Ethics Laws, Review Concludes” by Torey Van Oot for Minneapolis Star Tribune

New Jersey: “$10,000 in a Coffee Cup: 8 swept up in N.J. political corruption cases” by Michael Gold (New York Times) for MSN

Tennessee: “Gov. Bill Lee’s New Board of Parole Pick Is Suing the House Finance Chair for Slander” by Natalie Allison for The Tennessean


Illinois: “Nonprofits Get a Break from City Lobbying Rules” by A.D. Quig for Crain’s Chicago Business

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