Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 24, 2019  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

North Carolina: “Duke Energy PAC Donations, Refunds Spark Complaint” by Travis Fain for WRAL

Oregon: “Case Closed: In Oregon campaign investigations, ‘I did not’ is all it takes” by Rob Davis for Portland Oregonian

Wyoming: “Wyoming Is Looking to Close a Campaign Finance Loophole. But It May Not Matter.” by Nick Reynolds for Casper Star Tribune


California: “Judge Blocks California Law Requiring Trump Tax Returns” by Nick Cahill for Courthouse News Service


National: “How Trump and Giuliani Pressured Ukraine to Investigate the President’s Rivals” by Josh Dawsey, Paul Sonne, Michael Kranish, and David Stern (Washington Post) for MSN

North Dakota: “Extent of North Dakota Ethics Commission’s Authority Already Questioned” by Jack Dura (Bismarck Tribune) for Grand Forks Herald


Oklahoma: “Oklahoma Legislator Rents Apartment from Energy Lobbyist” by Carmen Forman for The Oklahoman


Florida: “Orlando Airport Board, Facing Criticism, Reverses Course on No-Bid Lawyer Contracts” by Beth Kassab and Jason Garcia for Orlando Sentinel

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