Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 24, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Mississippi: “It’s Legal: Candidates could lose election, but pocket campaign cash through loophole” by Luke Ramseth for Jackson Clarion-Ledger

Montana: “Montana’s Top Political Cop Wants 3 Years of State GOP Records” by Holly Michels for The Missoulian


National: “Democrats Look to Capitalize on Turmoil Inside NRA” by Alex Gangitano for The Hill


California: “FBI Raids at DWP, L.A. City Hall Related to Fallout from Billing Debacle” by Dakota Smith, David Zahniser, Alene Tchekmediyan, and Laura Nelson for Los Angeles Times

Maryland: “In Wake of Healthy Holly Scandal, Baltimore City Council Gives Preliminary Approval to Stronger Ethics Law” by Ian Duncan for Baltimore Sun


National: “Watchdog Group Wants D.C. to See What the States Know About Revolving Doors” by David Hawkins for The Fulcrom

National: “Michael Flynn’s Former Business Partner Convicted of Illegal Lobbying” by Rachel Weiner for Washington Post

Canada: “Ontario’s Influencers: How the heads of lobbying firms have become part of Doug Ford’s inner circle” by Jim Mahoney and Karen Howlett for The Globe and Mail

Minnesota: “Former Corrections Official Says She’s Unfairly Accused of Lobbying on State Time” by Stephen Montemayor for Minneapolis Star Tribune

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