Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 28, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

North Carolina: “Two Candidates for Governor Can Take Unlimited Donations. One Can’t.” by Colin Campbell for Durham Herald-Sun


Maine: “Inside Susan Collins’ Reelection Fight in the Age of Trump” by Burgess Everett for Politico


California: “Will Letting Bars Stay Open Late Help Gavin Newsom? He’ll Soon Act on Bills Affecting His Company” by Sophia Bollag for Sacramento Bee

Michigan: “Candidate Who Wanted City as White ‘as Possible’ Withdraws from Council Race in Michigan” by Jackie Smith (Port Huron Times Herald) for USA Today

Oklahoma: “A Senator’s Lake House vs. a Town Fighting Flooding” by Sarah Mervosh for New York Times

Pennsylvania: “Woman Who Accused Ex-Pa. Lawmaker of Rape ‘Credible,’ But No Charges Will Be Brought, DA Says” by Angela Couloumbis and Brad Bumsted for Philadelphia Inquirer


National: “Trial of High-Powered Lawyer Gregory Craig Exposes Seamy Side of Washington’s Elite” by Sharon LaFraniere for New York Times


National: “Obama Announces New Push in Fight Against Gerrymandering” by Sam Levine for HuffPost

Continue Reading

State and Federal Communications, Inc. provides research and consulting services for government relations professionals on lobbying laws, procurement lobbying laws, political contribution laws in the United States and Canada. Learn more by visiting

Sort by Month