Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 27, 2020  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Oregon: “Oregon Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Campaign Contribution Limits” by Jeff Mapes for Oregon Public Broadcasting


National: “Spotify and Text-a-Thons: How the census is reaching out during coronavirus” by Maya King and Danielle Muoio for Poilitico

National: “Pollo Tropical, Which Employs Florida Congresswoman’s Husband, Gets Small Biz Loan” by Alex Daugherty for Miami Herald

National: “Democrats Press General Services Administration Over Trump Hotel Payments” by Jonathan O’Connell, David Fahrenthold, and Joshua Partlow (Washington Post) for Greenwich Time

National: “Biden Sexual Assault Allegation Roils #MeToo Movement” by Molly Otterbein and Marc Caputo for Politico

South Carolina: “SC Officials Troubled by Senator’s Financial Ties to Richland County Church’s Nonprofit” by Andrew Kaplan for The State


Florida: “Federal Grand Jury Casts Wide Net for JEA Records, Communications” by Mike Mendenhall for Jacksonville Daily Record

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