Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 18, 2020  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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New Jersey: “Five North Jersey Residents Charged in Alleged Scheme to Hide $239,000 in Campaign Cash” by Steve Janoski for Bergen Record


National: “With Democrats at Home, a Conservative Super PAC Comes Knocking” by David Weigel for Washington Post

National: “State Officials Rush to Shore Up Confidence in Nov. 3 Election as Voters Express New Fears About Mail Voting” by Amy Gardner and Seung Min Kim (Washington Post) for MSN

Rhode Island: “Supreme Court Allows Rhode Island to Make Voting by Mail Easier Amid Pandemic” by Laura Wamsley for National Public Radio


Illinois: “State Sen. Terry Link Charged with Federal Income Tax Evasion” by Jason Meisner for Chicago Tribune

Ohio: “Ohio House Won’t Cough Up Some HB 6 Documents Under Federal Subpoena” by Randy Ludlow (Columbus Dispatch) for MSN

Washington DC: “Bowser Seeks Ethics Review of Aide Who Discussed Job at Howard After Negotiating Tax Break for University” by Fenit Nirappil and Michael Brice-Saddler for Washington Post


National: “Coronavirus Sidelines Lobbyists at the Influence Industry’s Super Bowl” by Ginger Gibson for NBC News

South Dakota: “Ethics Board: Third party-paid travel a ‘common practice’ by Sioux Falls city officials, despite rules” by Trevor Mitchell for Sioux Faslls Argus Leader

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