Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 15, 2018  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Colorado: “Backers of Denver Campaign Finance Ballot Measure Agree to Deal That Would Delay Public Financing, Lower Limits” by Jon Murray for Denver Post

New Mexico: “Cannabis Industry Grows as Source of Campaign Funds” by Steve Terrell (Santa Fe new Mexican) for Las Cruces Sun-News

South Dakota: “With Sutton Amendment, South Dakota Committees Now Face Some Restrictions on Campaign Spending” by Bob Mercer for Capital Journal


National: “‘Everyone Signed One’: Trump is aggressive in his use of nondisclosure agreements, even in government” by Josh Dawsey and Ashley Parker (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Trump Offers White House Staffers a Special Perk at His Golf Club” by Annie Karni and Eliana Johnson for Politico

New Jersey: “Tougher Ethics Rules for Council that Guides Public Pension Investments” by John Reitmeyer for NJ Spotlight

Pennsylvania: “Ex-Reading Official Pleads Guilty to Taking Bribe from Former Mayor” by Peter Hall for Allentown Morning Call

West Virginia: “Lawmakers Impeach All 4 W.Va. Court Justices Over Spending” by the Associated Press for MSN


Georgia: “Atlanta City Council Seeks to Require Lobbyists to Register with the City” by the Staff for Atlanta Daily World

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