Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 26, 2018  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: Corporate Political Disclosure Moves Firmly into Mainstream by Brian Croce for Pensions & Investments


National: New Emails Suggest Scott Pruitt Discussed Hiring a Friend of Lobbyist Landlord by Lisa Friedman and Hiroko Tabuchi (New York Times) for MSN

Colorado: Ethics Board Asks Councilman to Pull Bill That Could Allow Expensive Gifts Within City by Ben Markus for Colorado Public Radio

Connecticut: Legislative Leader Slipped Amendment into Bill to Help UConn Coach Edsall’s Son Keep Job by Dave Altimari for Hartford Courant

Florida: Ethics Board Member: Report shows top-down ethical ignorance at City Hall by Jeffrey Schweers for Tallahassee Democrat

Missouri: Leader of House Review of Greitens to File Ethics Complaint by Summer Ballentine (Associated Press) for Albany Times Union


National: Opioid Bills Could Net Millions for Companies by Adam Cancryn for Politico


Texas: Supreme Court Upholds Texas Voting Maps That Were Called Discriminatory by Adam Liptak (New York Times) for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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