Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 11, 2018  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Ohio: “At Last, Some Answers About Cincinnati Councilman Jeff Pastor’s Campaign Finances” by Sharon Coolidge for Cincinnati Enquirer


Wisconsin: “Wisconsin Treasurer Candidate Says He Was Fired from Banking Job After Mounting Campaign” by Molly Beck and Max Bayer for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


National: “Brett Kavanaugh, Trump’s Supreme Court Pick, Has Sided with Broad Views of Presidential Powers” by Ann Marimow for Washington Post

Colorado: “Denver Council Approves Ethics Exemption After Debate Over City-Provided Air Travel, Freebies” by Jon Murray for Denver Post

Delaware: “Connections Severs Ties with Politicians” by Christine Jedra for Wilmington News Journal

Oklahoma: “Scott Pruitt, Fallen E.P.A. Chief, May Rise Again in Oklahoma” by Richard Fausset (New York Times) for MSN

Washington D.C.: “Federal Prosecutors Abruptly Dismiss All 39 Remaining Inauguration Day Rioting Cases” by Keith Alexander (Washington Post) for Los Angeles Times


National: “Giuliani Works for Foreign Clients While Serving as Trump’s Attorney” by Josh Dawsey, Tom Hamburger, and Ashley Parker (Washington Post) for The News-Times

National: “Atypical Lobbying Shop Targets Lawmakers from Poorest Districts” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call

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