Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 12, 2019  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Iowa: “Steyer Aide Offered Money for Endorsements” by Alexandra Jaffe for AP News

Texas: “Top Texas GOP Donor Resigns from Company After Admitting to Prohibited Contributions” by Patrick Svitek for Texas Tribune

Elections

National: “Why Did Google Take Action Against Some Pro-Trump Ads? It’s One of the Many Mysteries of Its Political Ad Rules.” by Tony Romm and Isaac Stanley-Becker for Washington Post

Michigan: “News Websites with Political Ties Spread Across Michigan” by Malachi Barrett (MLive.com) for Governing

Ethics

National: “After Push from Perry, Backers Got Huge Gas Deal in Ukraine” by Desmond Butler, Michael Biesecker, Stephen Braun, and Richard Lardner for AP News

California: “Campaign Finance and Lobbyist Registration Rules Get First Nod in Newport Beach” by Hillary Davis for Los Angeles Times

Idaho: “Whodunit in the Library: Someone keeps hiding the anti-Trump books” by Mike Baker (New York Times) for MSN

Lobbying

Illinois: “Lobbying by Sitting Illinois Lawmakers Under Scrutiny” by John O’Connor for AP News

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