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CORONAVIRUS RELIEF. The National Retail Federation hired Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck to work on issues related to coronavirus relief legislation. David Cohen, former professional staff member on the House Financial Services Committee, and Travis Norton, former counsel to Sen. Tim ScottTimothy (Tim) Eugene ScottPaul clashes with Booker, Harris over anti-lynching bill Rand Paul holding up quick passage of anti-lynching bill With capital, communities of color can lead our economic revival MORE (R-S.C.), will work on the account.

 

Transportation company Uber hired Forbes Tate to work on issues related to the coronavirus relief package. Jeff Strunk, former deputy floor director to ex-Speaker John BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerSam Johnson: Fighter for the greater good Bottom line Bottom line MORE (R-Ohio), and Cindy Brown, former chief of staff to Rep. Ron KindRonald (Ron) James KindCoronavirus culture war over reopening economy hits Capitol Hill How the GOP hopes to overcome steep odds in House battle The Hill's Campaign Report: 200 days to Election Day 2020 MORE (D-Wis.), will work on the account.

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Government relations firm HMS Associates, on behalf of the San Francisco Arts Alliance, hired Holland & Knight to work on a coronavirus supplemental package. Leslie Pollner, former chief of staff to ex-Rep. Suzanne Kosmas (D-Fla.), will work on the account.

 

The Airline Service Providers Association hired Hannegan Landau Poersch & Rosenbaum Advocacy to work on aviation grants and loan funding implementation in the coronavirus relief package. Timothy Hannegan, former assistant director and auditor in the U.S. General Accounting Office, will work on the account.

 

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HEALTH CARE. Memora Health, a health care software development company, hired CGCN Group to work on issues related to health care and technology. Sam Geduldig, former senior adviser to then-Rep. Roy BluntRoy Dean BluntCalls for police reform sparks divisions in Congress Washington prepares for a summer without interns GOP faces internal conflicts on fifth coronavirus bill MORE (R-Mo.), and Mike Nielsen, former professional staff member on the Senate Banking Committee, will work on the account. 

 

Manufacturing company 3M Company hired Marshall & Popp to work on legislative and regulatory issues related to the manufacturing of respirators as well as liability protection during health emergencies, among other issues. The firm’s founders, Hazen Marshall, former policy director to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellOvernight Energy: US Park Police say 'tear gas' statements were 'mistake' | Trump to reopen area off New England coast for fishing | Vulnerable Republicans embrace green issues The Hill's Campaign Report: Trump juggles three crises ahead of November election Vulnerable Republicans embrace green issues in battle to save seats MORE (R-Ky.), and Monica Popp, former chief of staff to Senate Majority Whip John CornynJohn CornynGOP chairmen stake out turf in Obama-era probes Cornyn presses DOJ to release results of investigation into Larry Nassar probe Minority caucuses call for quick action on police reform MORE (R-Texas), will work on the account.

 

Medical research company 50 Cities hired the Livingston Group to work on infectious disease prevention. Former Rep. Robert Livingston (R-La.) and J. Allen Martin, former chief of staff to Livingston, will work on the account.