Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 26, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Supreme Court Rejects Keeping GOP Super PAC Donor Secret” by Kenneth Doyle for Bloomberg Government

National: “Super PACs Step In to Attack Trump’s Coronavirus Response” by Nick Corasaniti for New York Times

Maine: “Maine Expands Campaign Finance Laws About PACs in State” by Staff for AP News

New Jersey: “Belmar Mayor, Three Council Members Repay Questioned Campaign Gifts After Dispute” by Ken Serrano for Asbury Park Press

Ethics

National: “From Jets to Juleps, SCOTUS Perks Aren’t Always Reported” by Megan Mineiro for Courthouse News Service

Texas: “Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Comes Under Fire for Saying Seniors Should ‘Take a Chance’ on Their Own Lives for Sake of Grandchildren During Coronavirus Crisis” by Felicia Sonmez (Washington Post) for Connecticut Post

Legislative Issues

National: “Virus Brings States to a Standstill: Sessions halt, budgets crater, plans wait” by Michael Powell and John Eligon (New York Times) for New York Times

National: “House Report Tables Remote Voting” by Katherine Tullyu-McManus for Roll Call

Lobbying

National: “FLRA Sets Sights on Official Time for ‘Lobbying Activities’” by Erich Wagner for Government Executive

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