Former DOT chief joins law firm

Former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is joining the Washington, D.C., and Chicago law firm DLA Piper, the Chicago Tribune reports.

LaHood, who is also a former congressman, will be a “senior policy adviser” but he will not lobby for the firm, according to the report.

LaHood served as Transportation secretary during President Obama’s first term.

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