Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

January 21, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

New Jersey: “Why Donations to NJ Political Campaigns from Public Contractors Nosedived in 10-Year Span” by Terrence McDonald (Bergen Record) for MSN

Pennsylvania: “Court Rules in Favor of City in Darlene Harris Campaign Finance Suit” by Mick Stinelli for Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Ethics

National: “Justice Dept. Will Not Pursue Charges Against Sen. Richard Burr Over Stock Sales at Outset of Pandemic” by Matt Zapotosky and Felicia Sonmez (Washington Post) for MSN

National: “Trump Revokes Administration Ethics Rules on His Way Out the Door” by Tamara Keith for National Public Radio

National: “Democrats Seek Momentum for Voting, Political Money Overhaul” by Kate Ackley (Roll Call) for MSN

Ohio: “Cleveland State Lets Cuyahoga County’s Former HR Chief Apply for Job 10 Months Late, Then Hires Him While on Probation for Corruption-Related Charges” by Courtney Astolfi (Cleveland Plain Dealer) for MSN

West Virginia: “With Death of Judge, Governor Will Now Appoint Judge in Line to Hear Residency Case Against Him” by Joe Severino for Charleston Gazette-Mail

Lobbying

North Dakota: “Bipartisan Bill Proposes Taxpayers Pay for Lawmakers’ Meals” by James MacPherson (Associated Press) for New Haven Register

Wisconsin: “New Health Official Isn’t Saying Whether She Will Avoid Conflicts with Former Lobbying Clients” by Patrick Marley (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) for MSN

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