November 14, 2011 •
The Washington Post discusses how lobbying firms are turning to other forms of communications and consulting to make up for a drop in lobbying spending.
According to the article: “Now, with Congress gridlocked over the debt ceiling and an election year on the horizon — historically slower on the lobbying front until the last quarter — some firms are increasingly chasing work that doesn’t fall under the traditional definition of lobbying in order to boost their bottom line.”
Here is the full the article, “Firms look beyond lobbying,” by Catherine Ho.
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