Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 8, 2019  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Bernie Sanders, Resting at Home, Announces Plan to Curtail Money in Politics” by Chelsea Janes (Washington Post) for San Francisco Chronicle

California: “Judge in Insurance Case Refuses to Change Ruling in Favor of Lara Donor” by Jeff McDonald for San Diego Union Tribune

Maryland: “Prince George’s Delegate Charged with Wire Fraud, Resigns from Maryland General Assembly” by Pamela Wood for Baltimore Sun


National: “Elaine Chao Favored Kentuckians in Meeting with Officials Seeking Grants” by Tanya Snyder, Tucker Doherty, and Arren Kimbel-Sannit for Politico

Kansas: “Wichita Council Members Can Take Unlimited Gifts. It’s Not Like That Everywhere” by Jonathan Shorman and Chance Swaim for Wichita Eagle

New York: “Trump Taxes: President ordered to turn over returns to Manhattan D.A.” by William Rashbaum and Benjamin Weiser (New York Times) for MSN

Oregon: “Don’t Hire Your Relatives, Oregon Ethics Watchdog Tells Secretary of State” by Staff for Portland Oregonian


Florida: “Rosen Gonzalez Cleared in Ethics Probe After Accusation She Lobbied for Contractors” by Martin Vassolo for Miami Herald

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