Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

November 20, 2019  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Possible Pay-to-Play Scheme for Ambassador Role in Trump Administration Uncovered by CBS News” by Staff for CBS News


National: “RNC to Hold Winter Meetings at Trump Resort That Was Considered for G-7 Summit” by David Fahrenthold and Michael Scherer (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Trump Appointee Accused of Inflating Résumé, Faking a Time Cover Pushes Back in Resignation Letter” by Reis Thebault (Washington Post) for MSN

Indiana: “Indiana Mayor Indicted Over Alleged Bribe for Contract” by Staff for AP News

Kansas: “Cerner Must Guard Against Conflicts of Interest as Exec Runs for Congress, Experts Say” by Bryan Lowry and Jason Hancock for Kansas City Star

Louisiana: “Walter Dumas, Ex-Southern Board Member, Owes $138K for Unpaid Stadium Suite Rental, Appeals Court Says” by Joe Guyan Jr. for New Orleans Advocate


Connecticut: “No Tolls CT: Crucial role or just another anti-tolls force?” by Kaitlyn Krasselt for Middletown Press

Pennsylvania: “Bill Limiting Gifts to Public Officials Moves in Pa. Legislature” by Mark Scolforo (Associated Press) for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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