Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 27, 2018  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Maryland: “Baltimore City Council Backs Public Financing of Campaigns” by Luke Broadwater for Baltimore Sun


National: “Special Counsel Obtains Trump Ally Erik Prince’s Phones, Computer” by James Gordon Meek for ABC News


National: “The Latest Sign of Political Divide: Shaming and shunning public officials” by Mary Jordan (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Trump Business Dealings Raise ‘Serious Concerns,’ Ethics Office Says” by Jonathan O’Connell (Washington Post) for Denton Chronicle

California: “California Lawmakers Approve Revamp of Sex Misconduct Policy” by Kathleen Ronayne (Associated Press) for Sacramento Bee

Florida: “Opa-locka Fixer Dante Starks Pleads Guilty, May Implicate Top Politicians” by Jay Weaver for Miami Herald

West Virginia: “House Votes to Consider Impeachment of Loughry, Possibly Other Supreme Court Justices” by Chris Dickerson for West Virginia Record


National: “Money-Laundering Charge Against Manafort Advances” by Britain Eakin for Courthouse News Service

National: “New Emails Suggest Scott Pruitt Discussed Hiring a Friend of Lobbyist Landlord” by Lisa Friedman and Hiroko Tabuchi (New York Times) for MSN

Kentucky: “Kentucky Reviewing State Contract after Bribery Trial” by Adam Beam (Associated Press) for Bowling Green Daily News


North Carolina: “Supreme Court Sends NC Partisan Gerrymander Case Back for More Arguments” by Anne Blythe for Raleigh News and Observer

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