Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 14, 2020  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Court Debates Using Shell Companies to Mask Political Donations” by Kenneth Doyle for Bloomberg Law

National: “Did You Get a Text from an Unknown Number? It Might Be Bernie Sanders’ Campaign” by Emily Cadei for McClatchyDC


National: “Sen. Cory Booker Exits the Democratic Presidential Primary, Making the Field Less Diverse” by Amy Wang and David Weigel (Washington Post) for MSN


California: “Slugfest at a California Conference Has Inspired a Politician to Propose a New Law” by Ruben Vives for Los Angeles Times

Florida: “Lobbyist or Neighborhood Advocate? ‘Strange’ Events at Zoning Meeting Puzzles County” by Hannah Morse for Palm Beach Post

Illinois: “City Hall Lobbyists Rewrite Their Playbook” by A.D. Quig for Crain’s Chicago Business

Indiana: “Former Lawmaker Won’t Face Lobbying Charges. Marion County Prosecutor Won’t Detail Why.” by Chris Sikich for Indianapolis Star Tribune

New Jersey: “No Hard Alcohol Will Be Allowed on ‘Chamber Train’ Following NJ.com Report on Sexual Harassment” by Susan Livio and Kelly Heyboer (NJ Advance Media) for Newark Star Ledger

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