Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 26, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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Kentucky: “Lexington Businessman Found Guilty of Lying About Alleged Illegal Campaign Donations” by Beth Musgrave for Lexington Herald-Leader


National: “Where Does All the Swag Go After Campaigns Fail? Everywhere” by Mihir Zaveri and Alan Yuhas (New York Times) for The World News

California: “A New Voting System in L.A. Raises the Stakes for California’s Primary” by John Myers and Matt Stiles for Los Angeles Times


National: “Once Cold War Heroes, ‘Miracle on Ice’ Team Struggles with Backlash from Donning ‘Keep America Great’ Hats at Trump Rally” by David Nakamura (Washington Post) for MSN

Colorado: “Denver Auditor Finds Serious Deficiencies in Ethics Board, Gift Reporting” by Michael Karlik for Colorado Politics

Massachusetts: “Following Bribery Scandal, Walsh Revamps Zoning Board Policies” by Tim Logan and Milton Valencia for Boston Globe

Ohio: “Tamaya Dennard: Councilwoman facing charges of bribery and extortion, court documents show” by Sharon Cooledge for Cincinnati Enquirer


Europe: “Watchdog ‘Disappointed’ with Review of State’s Lobbying Act” by Jack Horgan-Jones for Irish Times

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