Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

May 30, 2018  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Federal Election Commission Can’t Decide If Russian Interference Violated Law” by Peter Overby for WAMU

National: “Invitations Offer Wealthy Chinese Access to President Trump at Fundraiser” by Michelle Ye Hee Lee, Anu Narayanswamy, Emily Rauhala, and Simon Denyer (Washington Post) for San Antonio Express-News

California: “Chairwoman of California’s State Campaign Watchdog Agency Resigns Amid Power Struggle” by Patrick McGreevy for Los Angeles Times


National: “Ivanka Trump Wins China Trademarks, Then Her Father Vows to Save ZTE” by Sui-Lee Weefor New York Times

National: “Garret to Quit Congress Amid Servant Scandal, Alcoholism” by Alex Isenstadt and John Bresnahan for Politico

Arizona: “Ex-Arizona Regulator Charged with Bribery Heads to Trial” by The Associated Press for KNAU

Missouri: “Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens Resigns, Ending Political Career Once Aimed at Presidency” by Jason Hancock and Bryan Lowry for Kansas City Star

Oklahoma: “Ethics Budget Dispute Continues with Senate Email Request” by Dale Denwat for The Oklahoman


National: “Former Drug Industry Lobbyist Helps Steer Trump Drug Plan” by David Pittman for Politico

Wisconsin: “Wisconsin Lawmakers Got $164,000 in Travel and Perks Last Year from Outside Groups” by Keegan Kyle and Patrick Marley for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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