After dipping in the back three quarters of 2020 amid a nationwide focus on policing, the transfer of military weapons and equipment to civilian police has picked back up in the first quarter of 2021.
It’s unusual for an elected representative to give an industry lobbying group a quote to use for its launch press materials.
Republican reps took a posh trip to Miami to hear messaging strategy from a conservative nonprofit.
Corporate PAC money helps bank owner and representative Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Mo.) keep his seat as top Republican on the panel overseeing bank regulators and banking law.
Kyrsten Sinema got two awards from the US Chamber of Commerce recently.
Her amendment would gut the heart of H.R. 1.
Newsom requested $226 million in donations in 2020.
The oil supermajor’s first ever report on its political activities greenwashes its own shareholders.
The infamous corporate lobbyist is still kneecapping workers' rights.
After dropping out, Mayor Pete and Chasten got book deals while the former candidate morphed his campaign into a PAC complete with a dark money affiliate.
Trump staffers are worried that the insurrection might hurt their career opportunities, but many of their former colleagues had no trouble finding nice jobs in the political influence industry.
They got a lot of attention for agreeing to work together on a bill to close the revolving door, but they never actually did what they said they would.
Mitch McConnell's in-laws received a $417,000 PPP loan.
Their reasoning is simple: If it’s dark out after work, you’re more likely to plop your ass on the couch.
You’ll pay through higher insurance premiums.