Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 12, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Trump FEC Pick Offers Mixed Messages on Donor Disclosure” by Karl Evers-Hillstrom for Center for Responsive Politics

National: “Business Money Flows Through Gaps in Anti-Corporate PAC Pledge” by Kate Ackley and George LeVines for Roll Call

Vermont: “House Panel Seeks to Weaken Corporate Campaign Contribution Bill” by Paul Heinz for Seven Days


National: “Bloomberg Aides Cut Loose Despite Yearlong Employment Promise” by Christopher Cadelago and Sally Goldenberg for Politico

National: “Intelligence Officials Temper Russia Warnings, Prompting Accusations of Political Influence” by Julian Barnes, Nicholas Fandos, and Adam Goldman for New York Times

Missouri: “Kansas City Mayor Is Turned Away from Polls, Told He ‘Wasn’t in the System’” by Allison Kite, Robert Cronkelton, and Glenn Rice for Kansas City Star


California: “Glendale Officials Now Must Disclose Familial, Business Relationships to Those Seeking the City’s Ear” by Lila Seidman for Los Angeles Times

New York: “Cuomo Resurfaces Nonprofit Donor Disclosure Plan” by Kay Dervishi for City and State

Virginia: “PR Consultants Linked to Social Media Campaign Opposing Northern Va. Slots Won’t Say Who’s Behind It” by Graham Moomaw for Virginia Mercury

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