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No Door to the Mansion

Our politicians are corporate lapdogs for the same reason so many Americans think technology and better products means real progress. Neither plenty of Americans nor our politicians are willing to consider a future without depending on corporations. 490 more words

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Online Activism 101

Most of us feel the inherent need to help and give back to society every once in a while. With social media  and in general the increased accessibility of communication channels, the so-called “online activism” has become a fairly easy and quick process. 1,129 more words

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EXCLUSIVE: Capitol Media Group Didn't Tell Vets They Were Lobbying for Saudi Arabia

Army vet: Scott Wheeler “never told me Saudi Arabia was behind it, nor would I have agreed to do it had I known” Other veterans, still convinced by flawed argument used to lobby against anti-terror law, at peace with Saudi sponsorship… 2,537 more words

Lobbyists bring Eastern Oregon interests to Salem 

Lobbyists in Salem work with legislators and agencies to promote legislation that will help their clients

In the marbled hallways of The Building, as those in state politics affectionately call the Salem capitol, every interaction is an opportunity. 42 more words

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Everyday citizens make their voices heard in Salem

Real estate agents from eastern Oregon joined in a real estate lobbying day at the state capitol Wednesday.

Everyday citizens make their voices heard in Salem… 45 more words

Oregon Legislature

No more releasing of White House visitor logs

#US #President #Trump #WhiteHouse #VisitorLogs #transparency #lobbying

The Trump administration, an administration already facing questions about its commitment to transparency, won’t be disclosing the names of visitors to the White House due to “ 169 more words

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Saudi Arabia Paid Conservative PR Firm $90,000 to Bring Vets to DC to Lobby Against JASTA

Firm owned by National Republican Trust PAC director Scott Wheeler months late in registering with the Department of Justice

By Brian P. McGlinchey

Saudi Arabia paid a conservative political consulting firm $90,000 to bring three groups of 25 to 35 military veterans to Washington to lobby for changes to the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), according to disclosure documents recently filed with the U.S. 1,496 more words