Lobbyist Profiles

Martin Matishak - 03/24/15 06:00 AM EDT
Phillip Carter is on a mission to make the federal government take the long view when it comes to caring for the men and women who serve in the U.S. military.“It’s important to think about military personnel in terms of their entire life cycle, from...
Vicki Needham - 03/10/15 06:00 AM EDT
Michael Froman is the White House’s point man on trade. Froman, who met President Obama at Harvard Law School, is tasked with leading U.S. trade negotiations on a broad array of complex global agreements while touting to Congress their...
Mario Trujillo - 02/10/15 06:00 AM EST
It took the leaders of the new United for Patent Reform coalition about 15 minutes to come up with the name, but their fight to rein in “patent trolls” has been ongoing for years. Beth Provenzano, one of the public faces of the...
Cory Bennett - 01/27/15 06:00 AM EST
When weighing his thoughts on cyber policy, the first name that came to Michael Hayden’s mind was Jim Lewis.During a recent event, Hayden, a former director of both the CIA and the National Security Agency (NSA), was explaining a controversial...
Keith Laing - 03/17/15 06:00 AM EDT
When passengers board a Delta Airlines flight at Washington’s Ronald Reagan National Airport, the voice they hear welcoming them aboard from the cockpit could be new Air Line Pilots Association President Tim Canoll.Canoll, who took the reins for the...
Tim Devaney - 02/24/15 06:00 AM EST
It’s every stoner’s dream job. Strolling down the halls of Congress, Dan Riffle spends his days convincing lawmakers to legalize pot. The marijuana lobbyist is slowly but surely changing the way Washington thinks about weed.The only thing is, Riffle...
Sarah Ferris - 02/03/15 06:00 AM EST
On the day of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, the senior vice president of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, Larry Keane, watched the news in disbelief.Down the halls at the gun industry group’s offices, he could hear his co-...
Lydia Wheeler - 01/20/15 06:00 AM EST
The idea, he said, was a random brain fart. If they blogged about U.S. Supreme Court cases, they’d be seen as experts and gain new clients for their firm, Tom Goldstein and wife Amy Howe thought when starting SCOTUSblog in 2002, at the onset of...

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Ben Goad - 02/11/14 06:00 AM EST
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Jeremy Herb - 01/28/14 06:00 AM EST
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Kevin Bogardus - 11/12/13 06:00 AM EST
Erik Wasson - 10/29/13 06:00 AM EDT
Elise Viebeck - 10/22/13 09:55 AM EDT
Bernie Becker - 10/01/13 10:00 AM EDT
Julian Pecquet - 09/10/13 09:52 AM EDT
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Keith Laing - 05/14/13 09:00 AM EDT
Carlo Muñoz - 04/23/13 09:00 AM EDT
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Joseph Picard - 03/19/13 09:00 AM EDT
Erik Wasson - 03/12/13 09:00 AM EDT
Elise Viebeck - 03/05/13 10:00 AM EST
Bernie Becker - 02/12/13 10:00 AM EST

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