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AbbVie Inc. hired Ogilvy Government Relations to work on advocacy related to health care reform, access to health care, and Medicare and Medicaid issues.



Skydio Inc. hired Holland & Knight LLP to work on bolstering support for using drones in infrastructure inspections and low visual line of sight operations. Joel Roberson, former committee liaison for the House Republican Conference, will work on the account.

The Town of Windsor, Colo., hired Capitol Counsel to work on advocacy for the town’s infrastructure priorities. Joseph Eannello, former legislative director to Rep. Kevin YoderKevin Wayne YoderBottom line Bottom line Amanda Adkins wins GOP primary to challenge Rep. Sharice Davids MORE (R-Kan.), will work on the account.


Petco Animal Supplies Stores Inc. hired Invariant LLC to work on issues related to retail and the COVID-19 response. Christopher Gillot, former deputy chief of staff for Sen. Bill CassidyBill CassidyHelping students make informed decisions on college CDC director denies political pressure affected new mask guidelines Romney: Capitol riot was 'an insurrection against the Constitution' MORE (R-La.), will work on the account.


Zero to Three, an organization dedicated to programs and policies for infants and toddlers, hired Clark Hill PLC to work on child care, early head start programs, and children's health care issues. Leticia Mederos, former chief of staff to Rep. Rosa DeLauroRosa DeLauroDemocrats renew push for permanent child credit expansion This week: House to vote on Jan. 6 Capitol attack commission House Democrats unveil .9 billion bill to boost security after insurrection MORE (D-Conn.), will work on the account.



BedRock Systems hired Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP to work on cyber issues. Former Rep. Greg Laughlin (D-Texas) will work on the account.


The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights hired Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld LLP to work on issues related to Census Bureau oversight and funding, police accountability and voting rights. Ed Pagano, former chief of staff to Sen. Patrick LeahyPatrick Joseph LeahySenators shed masks after CDC lifts mandate This week: House to vote on Jan. 6 Capitol attack commission Gaetz compares allegations against him to earmarks: 'Everybody knows that that's the corruption' MORE (D-Vt.), and Josh Teitelbaum, former deputy assistant secretary of Commerce during the Obama administration, will work on the account.