Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 23, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “L.A. Ethics Commission Fines Company for Campaign Finance Violations” by Staff for MyNewsLA.com

Pennsylvania: “Pennsylvania State Lawmakers Are Hiding Millions in Campaign Spending. And It’s All Legal.” by Angela Couloumbis (Spotlight PA), Mike Wereschagin, Brad Bumsted, Paula Knudson, Sam Janesch, and Alyssa Bierdeman (The Caucus) for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Ethics

National: “Trump’s Cabinet Meetings Have Become About Everything but the Business of His Cabinet” by Josh Dawsey (Washington Post) for Stamford Advocate

National: “U.S. Envoy Says He Was Told Release of Ukraine Aid Was Contingent on Public Declaration to Investigate Bidens, 2016 Election” by Anne Gearan, Rachael Bade, Karoun Demirjian, and John Wagner for Washington Post

California: “Former Mayor Anthony Silva Sentenced, Charges Dismissed Against Sharon Simas” by Nicholas Filipas for Stockton Record

Michigan: “Report: Duggan gave Make Your Date favor; chief of staff ordered emails deleted” by Christine Ferretti and George Hunter for Detroit News

Lobbying

National: “Lobbying Business Booms Despite Gridlock and Investigations” by Megan Wilson for Bloomberg Law

Pennsylvania: “New Oversight Committee Examines Flaws in Pennsylvania’s Lobbying Disclosures” by Dave Lemery for The Center Square

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