Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 25, 2020  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “‘Scam PAC’ Treasurer Sentenced to Federal Prison” by Sarah Kleiner for Center for Public Integrity

New York: “Even Defunct, de Blasio Campaign Draws Financial Ethics Concerns” by Joe Anuta for Politico


National: “Reliability of Pricey New Voting Machines Questioned” by Frank Bajak for AP News

National: “In a Historically Old Presidential Field, Candidates Refuse to Release Health Records” by Matt Viser and Lenny Bernstein (Washington Post) for MSN


Florida: “A Side Parking Business at PortMiami Ends for Firefighters After County Ethics Probe” by Douglas Hanks for Miami Herald

Louisiana: “Ending of 10- Year-Old Ethics Case Sets ‘a New Low Standard’ for Louisiana Public Officials” by Andrea Gallo for New Orleans Advocate


National: “Trump’s New Spy Chief Used to Work for a Foreign Politician the U.S. Accused of Corruption” by Isaac Arnsdorf for ProPublica

Alaska: “Alaska Marijuana Industry Works to Curry Favor with Local Politicians” by Aubrey Wieber for Anchorage Daily News

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