Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 30, 2020  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Oregon: “Portland to Begin Enforcing $500 Campaign Donation Limit Next Week, But It Won’t Apply Retroactively” by Everton Bailey Jr. for Portland Oregonian

Elections

New York: “New York Board of Elections Cancels Democratic Presidential Primary” by Stephanie Saul and Nick Corasaniti for New York Times

Ethics

National: “Supreme Court Casts Some Doubt on Whether It Should Settle Trump’s Fight with Congress Over His Finances” by Robert Barnes for Washington Post

National: “Judges Worry Trump Position on McGahn Testimony Could Force Congress into Extreme Measures” by Josh Gerstein and Kyle Cheney for Politico

National: “Sen. Richard Burr Is Not Just a Friend to the Health Care Industry. He’s Also a Stockholder.” by Robert Faturechi and Derek Willis for ProPublica

New Mexico: “Coalition Asks for $8,000 Reimbursement from Legislator, Former Executive Director” by T.S. Last for Albuquerque Journal

Ohio: “Former ODNR Chief Cited for Ethics Violation Over Free Fishing Trip” by Mike Markey for Toledo Blade

Ohio: “Ohio’s G.O.P. Governor Splits from Trump, and Rises in Popularity” by Trip Gabriel (New York Times) for MSN

Lobbying

Idaho: “IFF Accused of Disobeying IRS Rules by Encouraging Idahoans to Disobey Governor” by Cynthia Sewell for Idaho Statesman

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