Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 1, 2020  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “‘Mercenary’ Donor Sold Access for Millions in Foreign Money” by Alan Suderman and Jim Mustain for Associated Press News

California: “Inglewood Caps Campaign Contributions at $100,000 to Avoid New State Law” by Jason Henry for Los Angeles Daily Breeze

New Jersey: “NJ Attorney General’s Probe Seeks Records Connected to Democratic Power Broker” by Terrence McDonald for Bergen Record


National: “Criticized by Moderates and Pressured by Their Base, Liberals Fight for a Voice in the Democratic Party” by Sean Sullivan and Rachael Bade (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Supreme Court Wary of Quick Ruling on Trump Drive to Exclude Many Immigrants from Census” by Josh Gerstein and Zach Montellaro for Politico


Alabama: “Mike Hubbard’s Prison Sentence Cut from 4 Years to 28 Months” by Associated Press for AL.com

Alaska: “Junior Staffer Says Top Alaska Official Told Her to Keep Allegations of Misconduct Secret” by Kyle Hopkins (Anchorage Daily News) for ProPublica

Ohio: “Councilman Mann Seeks Independent Commission to Audit City Council Development Deals Saying the City Is in a ‘Crisis Unlike I Have Seen’” by Sharon Coolidge for Cincinnati Enquirer


Canada: “Lobbying Watchdog Says Three Cases Have Been Sent to RCMP for Criminal Investigation Since Start of Pandemic” by Christopher Nardi for National Post

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