Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 6, 2019  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Campaigns Say They’ll Match Political Contributions. It’s Not Clear How They Would Do That” by Jessica Piper for Center for Responsive Politics

Florida: “Curbelo’s Campaign and Office Paid $390K to a Friend Who Is Now His Business Partner” by Alex Daugherty for Miami Herald


Colorado: “Colorado Approved a National Popular Vote law. Now It Might Be Repealed.” by Emily Davies (Washington Post) for Beaumont Enterprise

Illinois: “Illinois Pushes Millions Toward Securing Its Election Systems” by Rick Pearson (Chicago Tribune) for Government Technology


National: “Trump Judges Face Scrutiny Over President’s Cases” by Naomi Jagoda and Jacqueline Thomsen for The Hill

National: “El Paso Shooting Suspect’s Manifesto Echoes Trump’s Language” by Peter Baker and Michael Shear (New York Times) for MSN


National: “How Gun Control Groups Are Catching Up to the N.R.A.” by Reid Epstein, Maggie Astor, and Danny Hakim (New York Times) for MSN

Canada: “No Criminal Charges in Allegations of Illegal Lobbying by Ford Advisers but OPP Refer Case to Ethics Watchdog” by Jim Mahoney for The Globe and Mail

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