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Decentralized technology is being used to swap carbon offsets internationally, create peer-to-peer energy trading, and promote greater renewable energy in power grids.
In a case brought by Ted Cruz, a D.C. court determined that capping loan repayments violated donors’ free speech rights.
Crowley's first client is a RIAA front group.
The White House budget proposal, with its infrastructure and families plans, would only spend about a quarter of GDP, less than other wealthy countries spend.
The firm where Perez is now a partner advertises anti-union work and lobbies for companies including Lockheed Martin.
Three lead negotiators of the Senate GOP's counter-proposal to Biden's infrastructure plan represent states ranked in the bottom 10 for broadband access.
Donors include PhRMA, Altria, and Fluor.
The International Conservation Caucus Foundation's partners include ExxonMobil, the National Audubon Society, and Coca-Cola.
Almost all of the PAC's money comes from finance industry billionaires who have given millions to national GOP groups.
The Texas-based oil and gas company donated to multiple members of Congress who made public statements in the company's defense as it faced international arbitration over a breach of contract.
In the years before the Colonial Pipeline incident, the company’s trade group lobbied the government against mandatory cybersecurity regulations.
The average Hill staffer stays for only about three years, with many moving to become lobbyists.
On average, the signers received $93,275 from the pharmaceutical & health products industry in the 2020 cycle, far more than the average for House Democrats of $37,788.
As the F-35 fighter comes under Pentagon review for potential cuts, bipartisan groups of lawmakers are calling to continue high levels of spending on the troubled $1.7 trillion program.
Nicholas Burns’s senior position with the Cohen Group consultancy blurs public service and private-sector work.
Americans for Prosperity is hitting six key moderate House Democrats with digital ads opposing reintroduced drug pricing measures.
The "Jew Hatred on Campus" page, which is sponsoring the ads, is a project of anti-Muslim hate group the David Horowitz Freedom Center.