Rearden represented Chevron in its case against environmental and human rights attorney Steven Donziger, according to reports.
Executives at well-connected corporate consultancies voted to approve DNC Chair Jaime Harrison's slate of "at-large" members, which included several new corporate lobbyists.
Reps among the top oil and gas investors in Congress bought more shares in pipeline companies as the House moved to pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill.
Her group, which held its first event earlier this year, shares an executive director with a nonprofit funded by ExxonMobil and Dow Chemical to advocate for carbon pricing legislation.
Donations came from corporations that would likely have been impacted by the bill’s proposals.
A group of Republican senators sought to block U.S. support for an IP waiver for Covid-19 vaccines, a proposal that is strongly opposed by the pharmaceutical industry.
The senator is opposing a Build Back Better Act provision to prohibit offshore oil drilling as his top donor prepares to dramatically increase its oil exporting business through a new offshore terminal for supertankers.
The bill, now stalling in the Senate, would require federal judges to report stock trades and make judges' financial disclosures available to the public online.
By relying on public private partnerships, New York is virtually guaranteeing that wealthy businesses with deep political connections will substantially benefit from state investment.
Democracy activists are calling on the Biden White House to join talks about how the Senate can pass the Freedom to Vote Act this year.
In October, Banking Committee member Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) became the first Democrat to tell reporters that he had “concerns” about the nominee over Biden’s pick for a bank regulator, Dr. Saule Omarova.
All of Rep. Trey Hollingsworth's stock pickups this year have been in a pair of oil and gas pipeline companies, a mammoth increase over his position last year.
A new bill from Sen. Pat Toomey seeks to protect a time-honored tradition.
Rep. Cindy Axne of Iowa, who sits on the Financial Services Committee, and her spouse are in the habit of picking up shares in financial services companies.
Days before the House voted on the Build Back Better Act, Center Forward hosted dozens of congressional staffers to discuss policy issues with lobbyists.
Twenty young people at the Arizona Capitol are calling on Sen. Kyrsten Sinema to support a change in Senate rules and advance the Freedom to Vote Act.
A new Brennan Center analysis found that New York City's small-dollar matching program was key in electing record numbers of women and people of color to City Council.
The Senate braces for a showdown over expanding Medicare to include dental and vision benefits after healthcare industry lobbyists have bundled six-figure donations for Democrats’ campaign arms.
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