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May 29, 2018  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Who’s Behind Those Political Ads on Facebook? Now, You Can Find Out.” By Tony Romm (Washington Post) for San Antonio Express-News


National: “Trump’s Lawyer and Chief of Staff Appear at Briefings on F.B.I.’s Russia Informant” by Nicholas Fandos and Katie Brenner (New York Times) for WRAL

National: “Ex-Aides Say Congressman and Wife Made Them His Servants” by Rachel Bade, Alex Isenstadt, and Kyle Cheney for Politico

Illinois: “Lawmaker Charging Retaliation Wants Complaint System Changes” by John O’Connor (Associated Press) for Virginian-Pilot

Michigan: “Feds: Ex-Detroit airport manager took bribes, ate evidence to cover up crime” by Tresa Baldas for Detroit Free Press

North Carolina: “She’s Charged with Stealing $926,000, but Gets a $89K Pension. A Bill May Change That” by Will Doran and Paul Specht for Raleigh News and Observer


National: “Why a Storied Lobbying Firm Gambled on Michael Cohen” by Theodoric Meyer for Politico

Ohio: “Payday Lenders Say Ex-Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger Threatened Them, Delayed Bill” by Jackie Borchardt for Cleveland Plain Dealer

Texas: “Farenthold to Keep $160K Job after Calhoun Port Board Deadlocks” by Jon Wilcox  for Victoria Advocate

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