Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

April 8, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “SEC Rules Could Thwart Political Spending Disclosure Efforts” by Kate Ackley for Roll Call


National: “Progressives Built an Organizing Juggernaut for 2020. Then the Virus Hit.” by Astead Herndon and Ian Prasad Philbrick (New York Times) for MSN

Wisconsin: “Wisconsin Now Waits for the Spring Election Results – and Then the Lawsuits” by Riley Vetterkind and Kelly Meyerhofer (Wisconsin State Journal) for


National: “Sen. David Perdue Bought Stock in a Company That Produces Protective Medical Equipment the Same Day Senators Received a Classified Briefing on the Coronavirus” by Sonam Sheth for Business Insider

Idaho: “A ‘Liberty’ Rebellion in Idaho Threatens to Undermine Coronavirus Orders” by Mike Baker for New York Times


Minnesota: “Lobbying on Hold as Minnesota Legislature Focuses on COVID-19” by Jessie Van Berkel for Minneapolis Star Tribune

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