Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 23, 2018  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Florida: “Florida’s Porous Campaign Finance Laws: ‘You can do almost anything’” by Gary Fineout (Associated Press) for Tampa Bay Times

Oregon: “Legislative Typo Threatens to Undermine Clean Elections Campaigns” by Kevin Miller (Portland Press Herald) for Lewiston Sun Journal

Nevada: “Sen. Dean Heller Paid Son at Least $52,500 in Campaign Cash for Social Media Consulting” by James DeHaven for Reno Gazette Journal


Colorado: “Denver Airport Provided $400,000 in Travel to City Officials for 4 Years” by Ben Marcus (Colorado Public Radio) for Denver Post

New York: “N.Y. Developer Pleads Guilty Ahead of ‘Buffalo Billion’ Corruption Trial” by Brendan Pierson for Reuters

Texas: “Disgraced Ex-Rep. Blake Farenthold Illegally Hired to New Lobbying Job, Lawsuit Claims” by William Cummings for USA Today


National: “Professor Convicted of Vandalizing NRA Lobbyist’s Home with Fake Blood” by Rachel Weiner (Washington Post) for Syracuse Post-Standard

National: “Washington Lobbyists Put on Notice Over Foreign Agent Law” by Chad Day and Eric Tucker for Associated Press

National: “The Princes, the President and the Fortune Seekers” by Desmond Butler and Tom LoBianco (Associated Press) for Seattle Times

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