Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 11, 2019  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “Democrats Say They Don’t Take Big Tobacco Money. But JUUL Had a Sponsorship at Convention” by Andrew Sheeler for Sacramento Bee

Minnesota: “Rep. Ilhan Omar to Reimburse $3,500 in Misspent Campaign Funds” by Emily Kopp for Roll Call


National: “Election Rules Are an Obstacle to Cybersecurity of Presidential Campaigns” by Nicole Perlroth and Matthew Rosenberg for New York Times


National: “NRA Money Flowed to Board Members Amid Allegedly Lavish Spending by Top Officials and Vendors” by Beth Reinhard, Katie Zezima, Tom Hamburger, and Carol Leonnig (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Chao Created Special Path for McConnell’s Favored Projects” by Tucker Doherty and Tanya Snider for Politico

Florida: “State Ethics Commission Fines Gillum, Drops Most Charges” by Mary Ellen Klas and Elizabeth Koh for Miami Herald


New York: “Inside the Stealth Campaign for ‘Responsible Rent Reform’” by Vivian Wang for New York Times

Oklahoma: “Stitt to End $1.5 Million in State Agency Lobbying Contracts” by Tres Savage for NonDoc

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