Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 7, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Arizona: “‘Dark Money’ Expansion Remains on Hold While Court Decides Future of Law” by Howard Fischer (Capitol News Services) for Arizona Daily Star

Elections

National: “DNC Rules Could Expand, Not Shrink, Future Debate Stage” by Zach Montellaro for Politico

Georgia: “How a Criminal Investigation in Georgia Set an Ominous Tone for African American Voters” by John Ward for Yahoo News

Texas: “Texas Faces Turbulent Political Moment” by Reid Wilson for The Hill

Ethics

National: “Cesar Sayoc, Who Mailed Pipe Bombs to Trump Critics, Is Sentenced to 20 Years” by Benjamin Weiser and Ali Watkins for New York Times

Colorado: “Aurora Lawmakers Unanimously Pass Wide-Reaching City Ethics Law” by Madison Lauterbach for Sentinel Colorado

Lobbying

National: “The Darkest Money in Washington: Business groups spend more on advocacy and consulting than lobbying” by Andrew Perez, Abigail Luke, and Tim Zelina for MapLight.org

Washington DC: “Metro Reverses Its Decision to Ban Advertisements for Art Exhibition on the Migrant Crisis” by Peggy McGlone for Washington Post

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