Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 24, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Georgia: “Ethics Commission Fines Group That Backed Stacey Abrams $50,000” by Dale Russell for WAGA

Missouri: “Missouri Politicians Get Around Contribution Limits by Using PACs” by Jordan Meier, Mawa Iqbal, and Spencer Norris for Columbia Missourian


National: “Why Obsessive K-Pop Fans Are Turning Toward Political Activism” by Joe Coscarelli (New York Times) for MSN


National: “Amid Threats and Political Pushback, Public Health Officials Are Leaving Their Posts” by Rachel Weiner and Ariana Eungjun Cha (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Twitter Labels Trump Video Tweet as Manipulated Media, Continuing Its Crackdown on Misinformation” by Kat Zakrzewski (Washington Post) for MSN

Arizona: “Arizona House Ethics Chair Weighs Holding Hearings into Claims Against Lawmaker” by Howard Fischer (Capitol Media Services) for Arizona Daily Star

California: “Los Angeles Councilman Arrested and Charged with Bribery” by Jeremy White for Politico

Florida: “FBI Investigating Mayor Milissa Holland, Palm Coast Ex-Officials Say” by Matt Bruce and Erica Von Braun for Daytona Beach News-Journal

Vermont: “Candidate Incomes Outpace Average Vermonter; Advocates Seek More Disclosure” by Jasper Goodman and Kit Norton for


National: “Trade Groups Make Lobbying Push to Be Included in Small Business Loan Program” by Alex Gangitano for The Hill

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