More companies and groups in Virginia are getting into the political influence game ahead of a legislative session than they have in past years.
Outgoing state Del. Jimmy Tarlau, D-Prince George’s, will become a pro bono lobbyist for progressive organizations and causes.
Among those still in Saudi Arabia’s corner are high-profile Washington attorney Ted Olson and a lobbying firm headed by the former Republican chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.
Lobbying experts say as long as the president fails to divest from his businesses and can still profit from such bookings, special interests will take full advantage.
There has been a major shift in the business of public policy influencing in Washington in recent years, and public relations now leads the pack.
MLB will make its second official move to the nation’s capital in mid-February, as the league will open its first official brick and mortar office in Washington.
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