Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 3, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Welcome to 2020, the Era of Crowdfunded Presidential Debates” by Michelle Ye Hee Lee for Washington Post


National: “Journalists, Pundits and Retired Politicians Put on a Show for Lobbyists” by Andrew Perez, Abigail Luke, and Tom Zelina for

California: “Santa Cruz County Raises Campaign Finance Cap, No Longer State’s Strictest” by Nicholas Ibarra for Santa Cruz Sentinel

New Mexico: “Ethics Commission Is Getting Started” by T.S. Last for Albuquerque Journal

Pennsylvania: “Ex-Mayor Pleads Guilty to Corruption Day After Resignation” by Mark Scolforo for AP News


National: “Gregory Craig Preps for Trial Tightrope in Foreign Agent Case” by Andrew Strickler for

National: “Ukraine Role Focuses New Attention on Giuliani’s Foreign Work” by Kenneth Vogel for New York Times

Wyoming: “Wyoming Tribe Funded Effort to Kill Gambling Regulations; Sides Dispute Who Created the Group” by Nick Reynolds for Casper Star-Tribune

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