Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 6, 2018  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup


National: “Far-Right Internet Groups Listen for Trump’s Approval, and Often Hear It” by Kevin Roose and Ali Winston for MSN

National: “Supreme Court Allows Trial on Census Citizenship Question to Go Forward” by Robert Barnes (Washington Post) for Chicago Tribune

National: “Next-in-Line Mueller Supervisor Got White House Ethics Waiver in April” by Darren Samuelsohn for Politico

National: “Judge Denies Trump Request to Stay Emoluments Suit, Could Allow Plaintiffs to Seek Details on Hotel’s Foreign Customers” by Jonathan O’Connell, Anne Marimow, and David Fahrenthold (Washington Post) for Chicago Tribune

Missouri: “As Sanders Heads to Prison, a Political Rival Files Suit Accusing Him of Dirty Tricks” by Mike Hendricks for Kansas City Star

Legislative Issues

National: “Laws and Disorder” by Paul Kane (Washington Post) and Derek Willis for ProPublica


National: “Lobbyists Hit Campaign Trail to Help Old Bosses, Earn ‘a Little Bit of Currency’” by Theodoric Meyer for Politico

National: “Almost Two Years into Trump Presidency, Pentagon’s Revolving Door Still Spins” by Aaron Gregg for Washington Post

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