Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

June 15, 2023  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

California: “SF Ethics Watchdogs Issue Huge Fine to Group that Supported Breed’s 2018 Mayoral Run” by Josh Koehn for San Francisco Standard

Rhode Island: “Lawmakers Want to Make It Easier to Raise Campaign Cash. Who Will Benefit the Most?” by Patrick Anderson (Providence Journal) for MSN

South Carolina: “Judge Extends Election Fundraising Rights in Win for Ultraconservative South Carolina Lawmakers” by James Pollard for Associated Press News


Illinois: “City Ethics Board to Seek Changes to Contractor Oversight Following Tribune Report” by Alex Harrison and John Byrne (Chicago Tribune) for MSN

Kentucky: “Judge Rejects Louisville Lawmaker’s Plea for Privacy in Ethics Probe” by Jacob Ryan for Louisville Public Media

National: “Liberals Try to Reclaim ‘Parents’ Rights’ from Conservatives in Education” by Laura Meckley, Hannah Natanson, and John Harden (Washington Post) for MSN

Nevada: “Lombardo Could Have Taken $50K Settlement in Ethics Case; Fine Now $1.6 Million” by Greg Klas (KLAS) for MSN

New York: “Judge: E. Jean Carroll can seek more damages after Trump CNN remarks” by Andrea Salcedo and Shayna Jacobs (Washington Post) for MSN

Legislative Issues

National: “G.O.P. Rebels Are Breaking the Rule on Rules, Upending How the House Works” by Carl Hulse (New York Times) for Buffalo News

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