Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

July 31, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Low in Cash and Polls, 2020 Democrats Get Creative with Accounting” by Shane Goldmacher for New York Times

New Mexico: “Legislative Leaders Take Command of Campaign Resources” by Morgan Lee for AP News

Rhode Island: “Aponte Pleads No Contest to Embezzlement, Must Resign from City Council” by Katie Mulvaney for Providence Journal


California: “Trump’s Tax Returns Required Under New California Election Law” by John Myers for Los Angeles Times

Florida: “Modified Sentences and ‘Rocket Dockets’ Aim to Ensure Felons Can Still Register to Vote” by Lori Rozsa for Washington Post


Hawaii: “The Kealoha Corruption Case Cost These Two Investigators More Than Their Jobs” by Nick Grube for Honolulu Civil Beat

Legislative Issues

Wisconsin: “A Wisconsin Lawmaker Who’s Paralyzed Isn’t Allowed to Call into Meetings; He Says That Keeps Him from Doing His Job” by Patrick Marley for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


National: “Trump Fundraiser Thomas Barrack Jr. Lobbied for Saudi Nuclear Deal, New Report Alleges” by Deirdre Shesgreen for USA Today

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