Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

December 31, 2019  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Maine: “State Ethics Board Fines Mills’ Inaugural Committee for Late Fundraising” by Scott Thistle for Portland Press Herald

Massachusetts: “A Career Spent Helping People ‘Do Things Right’: State’s campaign finance chief is retiring” by Matt Stout for Boston Globe

Michigan: “Audit Pings State Bureau of Elections on Voter File, Training, Campaign Finance Oversight” by Beth LeBlanc and Craig Maurer for Detroit Free Press


National: “Rick Gates Gets 45 Days of Weekend Jail, 3 Years of Probation” by Darren Samuelsohn and Josh Gerstein for Politico

National: “Behind the Ukraine Aid Freeze: 84 days of conflict and confusion” by Eric Lipton, Maggie Haberman, and Mark Mazzetti (New York Times) for MSN

Maryland: “Cheryl Glenn, Recently Resigned Democratic State Delegate from Baltimore, Is Charged with Bribery, Wire Fraud” by Pamela Wood and Kevin Rector for Baltimore Sun

New Jersey: “#MeToo Was Supposed to Fix Things. But Women in N.J. Politics Say They’ve Been Groped, Harassed – and Worse.” by Susan Livio and Kelley Heboyer (NJ Advance Media) for Newark Star Ledger


Florida: “A Place for Progressives: People’s Advocacy Center in Tallahassee is made for citizen-lobbyists” by James Call for Tallahassee Democrat

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