Tuesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 3, 2018  •  

Tuesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Campaign Contributions to Top Candidates Raise Questions” by Associated Press for Washington Times

Pennsylvania: “Ed Pawlowski Co-Defendant Scott Allinson Sentenced to More Than Two Years in Prison Sentence” by Peter Hall and Emily Opilo for Allentown Morning Call

Texas: “Ethics Commission Backs Use of Campaign Money to Pay for Candidates’ Child Care” by Mrk Lisheron for Texas Monitor


National: “Russian Charged with Manafort Is Key Figure” by Jeff Horwitz and Maria Danilova for Detroit News


National: “News Media Paid Melania Trump Thousands for Use of Photos in ‘Positive Stories Only’” by Andrew Lehren, Emily Siegel, and Merritt Enright for NBC News

Kentucky: “Kentucky Broke Law by blocking Poor People’s Campaign from Capitol, Beshear Says” by Jack Brammer for Lexington Herald-Leader

New York: “After Ethics Warning, MTA Chairman Gets O.K. for Outside Jobs in an Email” by Emma Fitzsimmons (New York Times) for WRAL


Ireland: “Watchdog Fears Public Servants Moving into Lobbying Roles Too Easily” by Conor Gallagher for Irish Times

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