Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 2, 2018  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “Inglewood Mayor’s Campaign Loaned Nearly $160,000 to a Political Ally. None of It Has Been Paid Back” by Benjamin Oreskes for Los Angeles Times

Massachusetts: “State Police Union President Pullman Resigns Amid New Federal Probe” by Andrea Estes and Matt Rocheleau for Boston Globe


National: “In Mississippi Senate Race, an African American Democrat Faces a Republican Using a Confederate Symbol” by Cleve Wootson Jr. for Washington Post


National: “Congressional Democrats’ Lawsuit Alleging Trump’s Private Business Is Violating the Constitution Can Proceed, Federal Judge Rules” by Jonathan O’Connell, David Fahrenthold, and Carol Leonnig (Washington Post) for MSN

New Mexico: “AG: Youngblood abused position in DWI stop” by Dan Boyd for Albuquerque Journal

Texas: “Are Christi Craddick’s Deep Ties with Oil and Gas a Conflict of Interest?” by Asher Price for Austin American-Statesman

Washington: “Rape Allegation by Seattle Woman Against State Sen. Joe Fain Leads to Calls for Investigation” by Joseph O’Sullivan, Heidi Groover, and Jim Brunner for Seattle Times


Florida: “Lobbyists Paid to Pressure County Officials Skip Filing Required Disclosures, Audit Says” by Bill Smith for Fort Myers News-Press

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