May 9, 2012 •
Spoke about the group’s reforms and faced difficult questions on the air.
Howard Marlowe, the president of the American League of Lobbyists was featured on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal program. Marlowe discussed the LDA reforms the group is proposing.
According to C-SPAN’s post, Role of Federal Lobbyists: “Howard Marlowe talked about the role of federal lobbying, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Topics included legislation that affects the industry, and changes the industry itself is proposing that would alter law that governs those engaged in lobbying Congress and senior officials in the Executive Branch.”
The Chicago Tribune posted an article giving an account of the nature of the conversations Marlowe faced from callers on the program. Be sure to read “Lobbyists’ lobbyist draws public anger” by David Ingram.
November 21, 2011 •
The American League of Lobbyists (ALL) held their Annual Meeting on November 16 and selected a new slate of officers and directors.
Howard Marlowe is the new president. For the whole list of the new lineup, ALL offered this press release on November 18, 2011.
Catherine Ho writes in the Washington Post how the organization is ready to defend the profession of lobbying in 2012. Here is her article, “American League of Lobbyists regroups, heads into 2012 under new director,” from November 20, 2011.
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