Forget lobbying. When Washington, DC’s biggest trade associations want to wield influence, they often put far more of their money into advertising and public relations. Continue reading
- October 18, 2014
There may be no Washington lawmaker cozier with K Street than Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. Continue reading
- June 10, 2014 | Democracy & Government
In the new issue of The Washington Monthly, Paul Glastris and Haley Sweetland Edwards look at how Republicans have given Congress a “self-lobotomy.” Continue reading
- May 9, 2013 | BlogThe Nation's Lee Fang looks at how former K and Wall Street denizens are rewarded with six-figure bonuses when they land a job in Congress.
- December 13, 2012
Moyers and Winship say revolving-door politics allows corporate interests to have an upper hand in the close calls that determine public policy. Continue reading
- April 15, 2012 | BlogForeign lobbying is on the rise in Washington, D.C., and those who hail from former member states of the former USSR are making a power play.