Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 19, 2019  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Indiana: “McDermott Admits Family Is Repaying $50,000 Campaign Contribution from Wife’s Judicial Fund” by Dan Carden for Northwest Indiana Times

Texas: “The Inauguration of Greg Abbott and Dan Patrick Cost Millions. But Much of It Went to Fundraising and Staff.” by Shannon Najmabadi and Jay Root for Texas Tribune


National: “Twitter Rolls Out Total Ban on Ads from Political Figures” by Nancy Scola for Politico


National: “How a CIA Analyst, Alarmed by Trump’s Shadow Foreign Policy, Triggered an Impeachment Inquiry” by Greg Miller, Greg Jaffe, and Paul Sonne (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Giuliani Faces U.S. Probe on Campaign Finance, Lobbying Breaches” by Chris Strohm and Jordan Fabian (Bloomberg) for Yahoo News


Nevada: “Nevada Licensing Boards Sometimes Lobby Against State’s Interests” by Bill Dentzer for Las Vegas Review-Journal

New York: “De Blasio Donor Sues JCOPE, Arguing Inquiries Are Illegal” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union

Wisconsin: “‘Much Too Divided’: Lobbyists, Capitol observers adjust to slower pace under split government” by Briana Reilly for Madison.com

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