Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 18, 2018  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “I.R.S. Will No Longer Force Kochs and Other Groups to Disclose Donors” by Jim Tankersley and Patricia Cohen (New York Times) for WRAL

Connecticut: “Connecticut Democrats Lose Their Gubernatorial Rainmaker” by Mark Pazniokas for Connecticut Mirror

Iowa: “Iowa Ethics Board Says Candidates Can’t Use Campaign Funds for Child Care” by Katarina Sostaric for Iowa Public Radio

North Carolina: “Top State Leaders Fined for Illegal Campaign Contributions from Drug Company” by Colin Campbell for Raleigh News and Observer

Wisconsin: “Questions Raised About Payment Made by Lawyer to Randy Bryce’s Ex-Girlfriend” by Mary Spicuzza for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


New York: “Ex-New York Senator and Son Convicted of Extortion, Bribery” by Tom Hayes for Associated Press

West Virginia: “Employee Lists Concerns About Justices” by Lacie Pierson for Huntington Herald-Dispatch


Canada: “Lobbying Commissioner Rejects Complaints Against Firearms Panel Member” by Jim Bronskill (Canadian Press) for Times Colonist

Virginia: “Watchdog Group Says McGuireWoods Utilized Weak Va. Law by Hiring Former Speaker” by Patrick Wilson for Richmond Times-Dispatch

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