Manchin added a bill rider in July supporting the fossil fuel industry’s position on a major “clean hydrogen” tax credit after his longtime confidante Larry Puccio was hired to lobby by a gas company seeking the benefits.
Peterson is advising the American Carbon Alliance as it promotes carbon capture technology for the ethanol industry.
The trucking company where LaMalfa is CEO could be impacted by new regulations on truck emissions.
Susie Wiles of Mercury Public Affairs, a senior advisor to Trump's campaign, is lobbying for Swisher as it fights a proposal meant to reduce youth smoking.
Isaac Applbaum had been a member of the American Action Network's board of directors since its founding in 2009.
The maker of Ozempic and Wegovy has recently hired a dozen new lobbyists to work on the issue of obesity and medication coverage.
Dewey Square Group, where Minyon Moore leads State and Local Affairs, was paid millions of dollars last year by a Lyft-funded industry group fighting state labor protections.
A new draft bill from Sens. Carper and Capito would exempt thousands of PFAS substances from regulation.
Billionaire Harlan Crow gave $5,000 in June to a super PAC backing the No Labels 2024 presidential plan, one of more than a dozen real estate executives giving to the limitless spending group.
The Senate Democrats' campaign arm reports getting $5.3 million in lobbyist-bundled donations so far this year, more than double its previous record.
Billionaire investor Howard Marks and private equity executives with firms like Bain Capital and Neuberger Berman made earmarked donations through a No Labels PAC this year.
A limitless "housekeeping" account is being used to rake in donations this year from casino developers, DoorDash, and healthcare groups that are lobbying the state.
Real estate titans and gaming companies behind casino proposals in Times Square, Hudson Yards, and Coney Island recently donated to Gov. Kathy Hochul, with a hotly-contested licensing process underway.