Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 2, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Oregon: “Oregon Voters to Decide on Limitless Corporate Political Donations” by David Moore for Sludge


Virginia: “Virginia Agrees to Make Mail-In Voting Accessible to Blind Voters Who Sued” by Meagan Flynn for Washington Post


National: “PPP Loans Helped Out Congressional Spouses’ Workplaces” by Chris Marquette for Roll Call

National: “D.C. Circuit Panel Guts House Subpoena Power” by Josh Gerstein and Kyle Cheney for Politico

National: “Barr Tightens Rules on Surveillance of Political Candidates and Advisers” by Devlin Barrett for Washington Post

Alabama: “AG: Time for former Alabama speaker to go to prison” by Kim Chandler for Associated Press News


National: “Guilty Plea in Hawaii Woman’s Lobbying of Trump Officials” by Jennifer Sinco Kelleher for Associated Press News

Illinois: “Former SafeSpeed Executive Who Wore FBI Wire Charged with Bribery Conspiracy Involving Oak Lawn Red-Light Camera Scheme” by Jason Meisner for Chicago Tribune


Canada: “Montreal-Based Ventilation Company Becomes Fourth Company Banned from Federal Contracts for 10 Years” by Christopher Nardi for National Post

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