Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 26, 2019  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “How the Small-Donor Revolution Became a $200 Million Payday for Middlemen” by Tik Root, Mark Fahey, and Rosie Cima for Politico

Alaska: “Supreme Court Re-Enters Debate on Money in Politics by Vacating Decision on Alaska Contribution Limits” by Richard Wolf for USA Today

New York: “Campaign Panel’s Proposal Threatens New York’s Minor Parties” by Chris Bragg for Albany Times Union


National: “Bloomberg News Won’t Investigate Candidate Bloomberg” by Associated Press for Courthouse News Service


National: “Kentucky Governor’s Stay at Trump Hotel Could Carry Legal Implications for President” by Jonathan O’Connell and David Fahrenthold (Washington Post) for Stamford Advocate

National: “Top House Democrat Says Ethics Probe of Nunes is Likely Over Alleged Meeting with Ukrainian About Bidens” by Rosalind Helderman and Colby Itkowitz for Washington Post

New Hampshire: “Greater Scrutiny on Ethics Likely Coming for NH Lawmakers” by Gary Drayno for Seacoastonline.com


National: “As Members of Congress Head for the Exits, Loosely Regulated Gravy Train Beckons” by Ben Wieder for McClatchy DC

Minnesota: “Minnesota House GOP Leader Joins D.C. Area Lobbying Firm” by Torey Van Oot for Minneapolis Star Tribune

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