Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 29, 2019  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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California: “A ‘Straight Frickin’ Arrow’ or Not? Some Say California Democratic Fundraiser Walks a Fine Line” by Hannah Wiley for Sacramento Bee

Washington: “Despite Promising to Stop, Facebook and Google Are Still Selling Political Ads in Washington State” by David Gutman for Seattle Times


National: “Rep. Katie Hill to Resign Amid Allegations of Inappropriate Relationships with Staffers” by Heather Caygle, John Bresnahan, and Kyle Cheney for Politico

Arkansas: “State Ethics Panel Member on Job After Term Ends” by Michael Wickline for Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Illinois: “Feds Allege State Rep. Luis Arroyo Caught on Undercover Recording Paying $2,500 Bribe. ‘This is the Jackpot.’” by Jason Meisner for Chicago Tribune

Virginia: “Ex-Norfolk Sheriff Bob McCabe Indicted on Federal Corruption Charges” by Scott Daugherty and Tim Eberly for The Virginian-Pilot


National: “Before Deadly Crashes, Boeing Pushed for Law That Undercut Oversight” by Natalie Kitroeff and David Gelles (New York Times) for Seattle Times

Rhode Island: “IGT Discloses Additional $600,000 Spent on Lobbying Campaign” by Katherine Gregg for Providence Journal

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