Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

October 30, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Payday Lenders Discussed Raising Money for Trump’s Campaign to Fend Off Regulation, Audio Reveals” by Renae Merle for Washington Post

New York: “De Blasio Presidential Campaign Bankrolled by Donors with City Interests” by Joe Anuta and Sally Goldenberg for Politico

Pennsylvania: “Citing Spotlight PA/Caucus Probe, Top Lawmaker Pushes Limits on Campaign Donations, Stricter Disclosure Rules” by Sam Janich (The Caucus) and Angela Couloumbis (Spotlight PA) for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


North Carolina: “State Court Bars Using North Carolina House Map in 2020 Elections” by Michael Wines (New York Times) for MSN


National: “Federal Judge Holds DeVos in Contempt in Loan Case, Slaps Education Department with $100,000 Fine” by Danielle Douglas-Gabriel (Washington Post) for Seattle Times

Florida: “City Commission Votes for Tougher Ordinance, Ethics Board Gets More Power” by Steve Stewart for Tallahassee Reports


Michigan: “How a Tax Break to Help the Poor Went to NBA Owner Dan Gilbert” by Jedff Ernsthausen and Justin Elliott for ProPublica

Oregon: “Struggling Oregon County Spent $43,000 Traveling to D.C. to Lobby. It Wants $2,000 to Hand Over the Receipts.” by Rob Davis for Portland Oregonian

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