Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 3, 2018  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Massachusetts: “After Baker Tasked Eversource with Merrimack Valley Response, Executives Cut Checks to His Campaign” by Matt Stout for Boston Globe

Washington: “Pursuit of Campaign-Spending Violations Breaks the Budget” by Jerry Cornfield for Everett Daily Herald


National: “Alex Trebek Moderated a Gubernatorial Debate in Pennsylvania. It Didn’t Go Well.” by Antonia Noori Farzan for Washington Post


Arizona: “This Lawmaker Stands to Earn at Least $11M on His Own Charter Schools. His Votes Helped Lay the Groundwork.” by Craig Harris for Arizona Republic

Maryland: “Lobbyist Who Wrote Draft Bill to Expand Liquor Sales in Pr. George’s Sentenced in Bribery Scheme” by Lynn Bui for Washington Post

New Jersey: “Murphy Still Defends Hiring Ex-Official Jailed for Corruption (Even Though He Was Forced to Resign)” by Brent Johnson (NJ Advance Media) for Newark Star Ledger

New Mexico: “Report Finds Gaps in Financial Disclosures in New Mexico Legislature” by Andrew Oxford for Santa Fe New Mexican


California: “Gov. Brown Signs Bill Requiring Lobbyists to Receive Sexual Harassment Prevention Training” by Bay City News Service for San Francisco Chronicle

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