Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 4, 2019  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Georgia: “In State Ethics Probe, Stacey Abrams’ Former Campaign Withholds Emails, Hands Over Bank Documents” by Johnny Kauffman for WABE

New York: “Cigar Anyone? McCoy’s Campaign Coffers Pay for Plenty” by Lauren Stanforth for Albany Times Union


National: “A ‘Bridge’ to China, and Her Family’s Business, in the Trump Cabinet” by Michael Forsythe, Eric Lipton, Keith Bradsher, and Sui-Lee Wee (New York Times) for MSN

Illinois: “Chicago Board of Ethics Calls for Reforms to Fight City Hall Corruption” by Gregory Pratt for Chicago Tribune

Maryland: “UMMS Adopts New Conflict-of-Interest Policy for Board Members, Will Bar Board Leaders from Having Contracts” by Kevin Rector for Baltimore Sun

Missouri: “Stenger Chief of Staff Bill Miller Pleads Guilty to Felony Charge in Pay-to-Play Scheme” by Robert Patrick and Jacob Barker for St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Tennessee: “Amid Scandal Involving Speaker’s Office, House Creates New Ethics Counsel Position” by Natalie Allison for The Tennessean

Utah: “A Draper Councilman Owns a Restaurant That’s Received Thousands in Catering Fees from the City, Raising Ethical Questions” by Taylor Stevens for Salt Lake Tribune


Florida: “Top City Law Firm Broke County Lobbying Rules” by Bill Smith for Fort Myers News-Press

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