Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 1, 2020  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “He Paved the Way for Big Electronic Billboards. Then $75,000 Poured in for His Reelection” by David Zahniser and Emily Alpert Reyes for Los Angeles Times

Kentucky: “Kentucky’s New Election Finance Reporting System Plagued with More Delays” by Joe Sonka for Louisville Courier-Journal

Montana: “COPP Dismisses Complaints Against Bullock, Warns of Fees for Future Faulty Claims” by Phil Drake for Great Falls Tribune

Ohio: “Ohio Elections Commission to Consider 162 Campaign Finance Complaints Related to Larry Householder’s Campaign for Speaker” by Andrew Tobias for Cleveland Plain Dealer


National: “As Trump Appointees Flout the Hatch Act, Civil Servants Who Get Caught Get Punished” by Lisa Rein (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Michael Flynn Case Does Not Have to Be Immediately Dismissed, Appeals Court Rules” by Ann Marimow and Spencer Hsu for Washington Post

National: “Inside Trump’s Pressure Campaign on Federal Scientists Over a Covid-19 Treatment” by Laurie McGinley, Yasmeen Abutaleb, Josh Dawsey, and Carolyn Johnson (Washington Post) for MSN

Arizona: “Charity Founded by Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb Has $18,000 in Unaccounted Spending” by Andrew Oxford for Arizona Republic


National: “Top Lobbying, Public Affairs Firms Join to Form Holding Company” by Megan Wilson for Bloomberg Law

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