Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 16, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Georgia: “Ga. Lawmakers in COVID-19 Campaign Fundraising Limbo” by Beau Evans (Capitol Beat News Service) for Rome News-Tribune

Washington: “Washington AG Ferguson Sues Facebook Again, Saying It’s Still Selling Political Ads Without Adequate Disclosures” by Jim Brunner for Seattle Times


Arizona: “November Ballot Measures Threatened by Lack of Public Gatherings, Backers Warn. Judge Weighs Online Petitions” by Andrew Oxford for Arizona Republic

Kentucky: “Kentucky Legislature Overrides Veto of GOP Voter ID Measure” by Elise Viebeck for Washington Post


National: “Supreme Court for First Time to Hold Arguments Via Teleconference Next Month” by Robert Barnes for Washington Post

National: “Sexual Assault Allegation by Former Biden Senate Aide Emerges in Campaign, Draws Denial” by Beth Reinhard, Elise Viebeck, Matt Viser, and Alice Crites (Washington Post) for MSN


National: “Pentagon Looks to Undo Parts of McCain Anti-Lobbying Law” by John Donnelly for Roll Call

National: “Senator Richard Burr Sold D.C. Townhouse to Donor at a Rich Price” by Robert Faturechi for ProPublica

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