Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

September 9, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “How Trump Draws on Campaign Funds to Pay Legal Bills” by Eric Lipton (New York Times) for MSN

Alabama: “Former Alabama Sen. David Burkette Arrested for Campaign Finance Violation” by Mike Cason for

Alaska: “Alaska Gov. Dunleavy Will Pay $2,800 to Settle Ethics Complaints Over Publicly Funded Political Ads” by Nathaniel Herz for Alaska Public Media

Maine: “PAC Spending on Tires, Clothing Spurs Complaint Against State Republican Leader” by Kevin Miller for

New Jersey: “How ‘Illegal’ Donations Helped One NJ Law Firm Make Millions Off Taxpayer Dollars” by Terrence McDonald (Bergen Record) for New Jersey Herald


National: “GOP Candidate Poses with Rifle, Says She’s Targeting ‘Socialist’ Congresswomen” by Rachael Bade abd John Wagner for Washington Post


Hawaii: “Hawaii Health Inspector Fined $25,000 For Ethics Violation” by Christina Jedra for Honolulu Civil Beat

Illinois: “Illinois Senate President Don Harmon’s Office Subpoenaed by Feds Who Wanted Information on Land Parcel in Chinatown” by Hal Dardick and Jamie Munks for Chicago Tribune


California: “What Are Lobbyists Doing at San Jose City Hall? That’s a Good Question” by Carly Wipf for San Jose Spotlight

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