Tuesdays LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 10, 2019  •  

Tuesdays LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “How Elizabeth Warren Raised Big Money Before She Denounced Big Money” by Shane Goldmacher (New York Times) for MSN

Oregon: “Campaign Money Limits in 2020? Oregon Supreme Court Leaves Possibility Open” by Rob Davis for Portland Oregonian

Tennessee: “Rep. Andrew Farmer Changes Billboards Over Concerns He Used His Elected Office to Promote Private Business” by Joel Ebert (The Tennessean) for Knoxville News Sentinel


National: “Nevada, SC, Kansas GOP Drop Presidential Nomination Votes” by Meg Kinnard for AP News


National: “Air Force to Review Layover Procedures After Stopover at Trump Resort in Scotland” by Eric Lipton (New York Times) for ENM News

Missouri: “Stenger’s Former Right-Hand Man Gets 15 Months in Prison for His Role in Pay-To-Play Scheme” by Rachel Lippmann for St. Louis Public Radio

Texas: “New Disclosures Show Texas Sen. Royce West Making Big Bucks from Government Contracts” by Jay Root for Texas Tribune


Missouri: “Parson’s Longtime Friend Is a Lobbyist, and Their Money Ties Could Cloud Governor’s Bid” by Jason Hancock and Crystal Thomas for Kansas City Star

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