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AN EXPENSIVE LOSS: Apple shelled out more than half a million dollars for just a little over a month’s work as it unsuccessfully fought to convince the White House to veto a ruling in a patent dispute that could lead to an import ban on some versions of the tech company’s popular Apple Watch.

— Apple hired Covington & Burling’s Shara Aranoff, who chaired the International Trade Commission during the Obama administration, to lobby on the patent dispute in early January, disclosures show. A month earlier, the ITC ruled that Apple devices’ heart-monitoring equipment infringed on patents of the Silicon Valley startup AliveCor, paving the way for a ban if the underlying patents from AliveCor are upheld by the Patent & Trademark Office.

— The Biden administration declined to exercise its authority to overturn the ruling, which AliveCor announced Feb. 21. A disclosure filed Wednesday shows Apple’s contract with Covington was terminated a day before AliveCor announced the White House’s decision.

— The firm’s month of work didn’t come cheap, ringing up at $540,000, according to the termination filing. Covington reported more than a dozen different federal entities — including USTR, the White House Office, the National Security Council, the National Economic Council and the Commerce Department — on trade, intellectual property and public health matters, including the ITC Apple Watch investigation.

— An ban on Apple Watches isn’t inevitable, however. The U.S. Patent Office’s trial and appeals board ruled in December that AliveCor’s patents are invalid, though the startup has said it will continue fighting the decision.

MID-SIZE BANKS GROUP SPLITS WITH VENABLE: The trade organization representing mid-size banks in Washington parted ways with one of its last remaining lobbying firms earlier this year, newly filed disclosures show, just months before the collapse of two of its former members, Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, sent shockwaves through global financial markets. The Mid-Size Bank Coalition of America, which hired Venable back in 2021, split with the law and lobbying firm Dec. 31, according to a termination filed today.

— That means the trade group was left with just one lobbying firm, Mindset Advocacy, on retainer as federal banking regulators scrambled to contain the damage of the two shuttered banks and mid-size lenders in particular faced heightened scrutiny over their lobbying to loosen regulatory guardrails.

— The association paid Mindset just $20,000 during the first three months of the year for introductory meetings and lobbying on financial banking regulation, according to disclosures filed earlier this week. It spent $180,000 on federal lobbying in all of 2022, a paltry total compared to other Wall Street lobbying groups.

— In the wake of the bank run that prompted regulators to shut down Silicon Valley Bank and sparked an exodus of deposits to larger banks, Mid-Size Bank Coalition urged them to extend federal deposit insurance to all deposits for the next two years, Bloomberg reported.

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MORE NOTABLE TERMINATIONS: Disclosures coming in ahead of tonight’s first quarter filing deadline better show the extent of PhRMA’s lobbying shakeup following the industry’s drug pricing defeat. The trade group, one of K Street’s perennial top spenders, has parted ways with seven of its outside lobbying shops since the end of the year.

— The latest rolling in this week included Cassidy & Associates, Tiger Hill Partners, Klink Campaigns and Federal Health Counsel. The trade group has brought on two new firms in the same period, hiring Bose Public Affairs and Convergence Public Affairs, according to registrations filed this month.

— The PhRMA-funded initiative We Work For Health has also cut ties with a slew of its outside lobbying firms since 2022, parting ways with Tiber Creek Group, Bravo Group, Junto Solutions, Desimone Consulting, Bose Public Affairs and Klink, according to disclosures filed over the past few weeks.

ANNALS OF CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Never Back Down, the super PAC formed earlier this year to support Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ as-yet-unannounced 2024 presidential bid, is poised to take on an outsize role in field operations for the impending campaign, The Washington Post’s Michael Scherer, Isaac Stanley-Becker and Ashley Parker report, further testing the limits of how committees legally prohibited from coordinating with candidates are able to wield unlimited amounts of campaign cash.

— “The arrangement marks a new frontier in the rapidly shifting campaign finance landscape that governs presidential efforts, as outside groups allied with candidates behave more and more like traditional campaigns.”

— “Made possible by a pair of court decisions in 2010, super PACs have steadily evolved since, from deep-pocketed attack ad operations to sprawling organizations that undertake much of the work of a campaign, including candidate fundraising, strategic operations, polling, opposition research and communications.”

— “Though super PACs are technically barred from coordinating major spending to influence an election with the candidates they support, the walls of demarcation mean less in practice. Little has stopped prospective candidates from working with their super PACs before announcing their campaigns.”

— “Officials at Never Back Down — which is led in part by Phil Cox, one of the governor’s top political advisers — has been telling donors they intend to push the bounds of what an independent effort can do in presidential years. That includes a major push into the sort of organizing in early states that has historically been undertaken by candidates themselves.”

DEMS DEMAND USDA SCRAP CONTRACTS WITH MEATPACKER: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) have asked the Department of Agriculture to toss contracts with meatpacking giant JBS USA over a slew of recent controversies, our Marcia Brown reports, “arguing that federal dollars shouldn’t be going to a company with ‘a history of criminal misconduct.’”

— “In a letter sent Wednesday, the lawmakers wrote that USDA must wield its authority to ‘curb misconduct’ by revisiting its 2021 decision to continue federal contracts with JBS USA, one of the nation’s biggest meatpackers.”

— “USDA told Congress last fall that it would not stop buying meat from the company, explaining in a letter that there were too few competitors and it would raise prices for taxpayers. USDA has awarded JBS USA and subsidiary Pilgrim’s Pride $118 million from October 2020 to April 2023, according to the lawmakers’ letter.”

— “In the November letter, first reported by POLITICO, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack wrote that USDA had considered ‘suspension or debarment proceedings’ against JBS USA after its parent company, J&F Investimentos, pleaded guilty to bribing Brazilian officials in 2020. The parent company paid a $256 million fine to resolve the charges with the Department of Justice.” Stateside, JBS USA faces heat for alleged price-fixing and became ensnared in a recent child labor probe by the Labor Department.

OUTSIDE GROUPS SQUEEZE SWING SEAT SENATORS: Business and conservative advocacy groups are ratcheting up their pressure campaign to sink Julie Su’s nomination to be Labor secretary, homing in on a cadre of senators facing tough reelection fights next year.

— “We are alarmed that Ms. Su’s anti-small business record shows that she will likely stretch the law, rather than enforce the law, as Labor Secretary in a manner that would shutter small businesses and increase costs for consumers, especially as the economy continues to struggle,” state affiliates of the National Restaurant Association, Associated Builders and Contractors, International Franchise Association, National Association of Manufacturers, American Trucking Associations and more wrote in letters to Sens. Kyrsten Sinema (I-Ariz.) and Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) ahead of Su’s confirmation hearing this morning.

— The state groups mirrored their national counterparts’ and Republicans’ criticism of Su’s record as California’s top labor official, pointing to her support for the state’s contentious (and now overturned) gig worker law and her support since becoming deputy Labor secretary for California’s similarly contentious fast food labor overhaul.

— Koch-backed Americans for Prosperity, meanwhile, launched a digital ad buy in D.C., West Virginia, Arizona and Montana — where Democratic Sen. Jon Tester’s seat is a top GOP target — warning that Su would turn the lawmakers’ red and purple states “into California,” an assertion that echoed business groups opposed to Su’s nomination.

Jobs Report

SPOTTED at Chartwell Strategy Group’s fifth anniversary celebration Wednesday night on the rooftop of the Riggs hotel, per a tipster: Ozzie Palomo, Matt Epperly and David Tamasi of Chartwell Strategy Group, Reps. Darin LaHood (R-Ill.), Dan Meuser (R-Pa.), Andrew Garbarino (R-N.Y.) and Marc Molinaro (R-N.Y.), Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.), Amanda Cernik of Capelianis Consulting, Steve Stallmer of Envision Strategy, Michael Mansour of SK hynix, Jenn Liu of Thrive Strategies, Paul Tencher of Trustom Strategy, Matthew Cutts of Dentons, Chris Dorval of Dorval Strategies, Neil Grace of McKinsey, Brad Christie of Sysco, Omar Vargas and Billy Godoy of General Motors, Steven Pfrang and Loren Monroe of BGR Group, David Montes of Sen. Alex Padilla’s (D-Calif.) office, Tim Barnes of Rep. Brendan Boyle’s (D-Pa.) office, Caleb Johnson of Harbor Policy, Josh Hsu of Jenner & Block, Jim Frogue of FrogueClark, Jessie Je of the Korea International Trade Association, Cathy Saunders of Putnam Investments, Amit Khetarpaul of the International Monetary Fund, Alex Braun of SKDK, Alex Slater of the Clyde Group, Diego Palomo and Isabel Shriver of the Wilson Center, Taylor Lioce of the RNC, Katie Behnke, Jacqueline Battaglia and Mary Johnson of the NRSC, Jim McCray of Highwood Capital, Cary Davis of the American Association of Port Authorities, Ryan Costello, Mike Strazzella of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, Nancy Fischer of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman and Devin O’Malley of Narrative Strategies.

— And at a Jenkins Hill Society reception Wednesday honoring Reps. Susie Lee (D-Nev.), Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) and Nikki Budzinski (D-Ill.), per a PI tipster: Alissa Clees and Karissa Willhite of Ogilvy Government Relations, Anne MacMillan of Invariant, Jordan LaCrosse of Avenue Solutions, Kristina Wilcox of Capitol Hill Consulting, Morgan Schreurs of Covington & Burling, Alexandra Veitch of YouTube, Kellie Adesina of Kraft Heinz, Ryann Hill of SCAN Health Plan, Liz Westbrook of Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, Emily Coyle of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney and Erica Cischke of the American Academy of Family Physicians.

— And at a fundraiser hosted by Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld that raised $1.2 million for the NRCC, per a tipster: NRCC Chair Richard Hudson (R-N.C.), Reps. Young Kim (R-Calif.), Mario Diaz-Balart (R-Fla.) and Adrian Smith (R-Neb.); Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Hunter Bates, Casey Higgins, Jeff McMillen, Hans Rickhoff, Zach Rudisill, Jamie Tucker and Geoff Verhoff of Akin Gump; Michael Ward of Amazon, Grant Mullins of Asurion, Jeremy Wiley of CoreCivic and Brian Johnson of Veterans Guardian.

Marian Martin joined the government relations team at PG&E. She was most recently senior manager and chief of staff for strategic alliances and external affairs at T-Mobile.

Carissa Faña has joined DCI Group as a managing director. She was most recently a senior government relations consultant at Becker & Poliakoff.

Christopher LaPrade is now senior director of international advocacy at PhRMA, with a focus on Latin America. He previously was senior portfolio manager for global outreach at the American Chemical Society.

Glenn Hall is now partner and executive editor at Brunswick Group. He most recently was head of professional news at The Wall Street Journal.

ERISA Industry Committee President James Gelfand will add CEO to his title when current CEO Annette Guarisco Fildes steps down from the role.

— The Blockchain Association has added Robin Ross as policy communications associate. She was most recently a policy associate at the Chamber of Digital Commerce.

Priorities USA has added John Spaw as director of data science, Shehn Datta as political director, Julia McCarthy as senior content manager, Luis Joy Perez as deputy research director and Sally Gillis as director of planning and buying.

Brian Cavanaugh is now a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation. He currently is senior vice president at American Global Strategies, and is a Trump NSC, DHS and FEMA alum.

Brianna Willis is now a director at West Wing Writers. She previously was senior speechwriter for Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot.

Reed Westcott is now director of federal policy at the National Small Business Association. He previously was global government affairs coordinator at Airlines for America.

Rebecca Santos Seetahal is now deputy online fundraising director for the DNC. She previously was a managing strategist at Middle Seat.

Jeff Nussbaum is joining Bully Pulpit Interactive as a partner, where he will work on their executive communications offering. He most recently was counselor at West Wing Writers.

New Joint Fundraisers

Dakota-Wild and Wonderful 2023 Committee (Dakota PAC, Wild And Wonderful PAC)
Team Fry (Rep. Russell Fry, Bootstrap Priorities PAC, NRCC)

New PACs

Brighter America (Hybrid PAC)
Crusaders (PAC)
Forge Global Holdings Political Action Committee (PAC)
Next Gen GOP PAC (Super PAC)
Virginia Now (Super PAC)


A10 Associates, LLC: Carbon Rivers, Inc.
A10 Associates, LLC: Cleanlight
A10 Associates, LLC: Dream Center Indianapolis
A10 Associates, LLC: Flamingo Air, Inc.
A10 Associates, LLC: Solartech Energy Systems, Inc.
A10 Associates, LLC: Sustain A Volt
Akerman LLP: International Precious Metal Institute
Allegiance Strategies, LLC: Niskanen Center For Public Policy
Alpine Group Partners, LLC.: Edge Autonomy
Americans For Homeopathy Choice Action: Americans For Homeopathy Choice Action
Arentfox Schiff LLP: Wild Landscapes, Inc.
Atrio Consulting Group, LLC: Air Marshal National Council
Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz /The Daschle Group: Bush Brothers & Company
Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz /The Daschle Group: Independence Blue Cross
Behrco: Columbus College Of Art & Design
Black Diamond Strategies LLC: Transportation Management Services
Boundary Stone Partners: Avalanche Energy
Bracewell LLP: Gevo, Inc.
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: Brooks Range Corporation
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP: Nelnet, Inc
Clark Street Associates: Kyocera Soraa Laser Diode
Cogent Strategies LLC: Gray Television, Inc.
Convergence Public Affairs LLC: Phrma
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Canopy Children’s Solutions
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Maravai Intermediate Holdings, LLC
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Mississippi College
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: S2 Global, Inc.
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Target Als Foundation, Inc.
Diakon Partners: Airforwarders Association
Dla Piper LLP (US): Hyundai Motor America
Elevate Government Affairs, LLC: International Warehouse Logistics Association
Elevate Government Affairs, LLC: Port Of Edmonds
Foresight Law + Policy Pllc: Student Centered Assessment And Accountability Coalition
Forethought Advisors, LLC: Actum I, LLC On Behalf Of Consolidated Safety Services, Inc.
Forethought Advisors, LLC: Cargill, Inc.
Government Affairs Solutions, LLC: Water And Sewer Distributors Of America
Green Mountain Strategies LLC: Major League Baseball Players Association
Guidepoststrategies, LLC: Micron Technology, Inc.
Hanka Advisor LLC: City Of Statesville
Hanka Advisor LLC: Nova Wild Zoo And Safari
Harbinger Strategies, LLC: Pfizer Inc.
Hogan Lovells US LLP: Growth Energy
Holland & Knight LLP: Echeneidae, Inc. D/B/A Remora
Innovative Federal Strategies, LLC: Honeywell International Inc.
J M Burkman & Associates: Jlgc Inc
Jones Walker, LLP: American Factoring Association
Kite Tail Strategy: Arkeabio (On Behalf Of Smart Policy Group)
Mayer Brown LLP: Palo Alto Networks, Inc.
Mcallister & Quinn, LLC: Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Mcallister & Quinn, LLC: Connecticut Science Center
Mcallister & Quinn, LLC: Rion Inc.
Mike Williams Capitol Strategies LLC (F/K/A Mw Capitol Strategies LLC): Corrigan & USsery LLC On Behalf Of Gti Energy
Mike Williams Capitol Strategies LLC (F/K/A Mw Capitol Strategies LLC): Corrigan & USsery LLC On Behalf Of Iten Defense LLC
Mike Williams Capitol Strategies LLC (F/K/A Mw Capitol Strategies LLC): Corrigan & USsery LLC On Behalf Of Marco-Armor LLC
Mike Williams Capitol Strategies LLC (F/K/A Mw Capitol Strategies LLC): Corrigan & USsery LLC On Behalf Of Point Blank Enterprises Inc.
Mike Williams Capitol Strategies LLC (F/K/A Mw Capitol Strategies LLC): Corrigan & USsery On Behalf Of Dewberry Engineers
Miller Strategies, LLC: Haim Chera
Miller Strategies, LLC: Puerto Verde Holdings
Miller Strategies, LLC: Ubicquia, Inc.
Miller Strategies, LLC: US Trinity Energy Services
National Emergency Number Association: National Emergency Number Association
National Group, LLP: Alliance Of Woundcare Stakeholders
National Group, LLP: American Health Quality Association
Polaris Government Relations, LLC: Blackfeet Nation
Revere Federal Strategies: Solestial
Richard F. Warren: Guardian School Safety Systems
Riot Platforms, Inc.: Riot Platforms, Inc.
Squire Patton Boggs: Futurewei Technologies, Inc
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Aris Technology
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Intraloop, Inc.
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Loukus Technologies
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Mcallen Economic Development Corporation
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Nth Cycle
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Our Next Energy
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Plastic Omnium
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Relativity Space
Tai Ginsberg & Associates, LLC: States For Passenger Rail Coalition
The Ferraro Group: Orla Mining Ltd.
Thorn Run Partners: First Health Advisory
Venable LLP: Hackerone
Village Practice Management Company Holdings, LLC: Village Practice Management Company Holdings, LLC
Voyager Space Holdings, Inc.: Voyager Space Holdings, Inc.
Waggoner Engineering: Waggoner Engineering
Windward Strategies: University Of The Virgin Islands
Winning Strategies Washington: American Homes 4 Rent, Lp
Winning Strategies Washington: Flared For Life
Winning Strategies Washington: Itiliti Health, Inc.

New Lobbying Terminations

A10 Associates, LLC: Interstate Business Solutions
A10 Associates, LLC: Sprinklr
Acg Advocacy: Better Medicare Alliance
Acg Advocacy: Boys & Girls Clubs Of America
Acg Advocacy: Child USa
Acg Advocacy: Express Save Industries, Inc.
Acg Advocacy: Freedom And Opportunity For All Coalition
Acg Advocacy: Highmark Health
Acg Advocacy: Plant Medicine Coalition
Allegiance Strategies, LLC: National Immigration Law Center Immigrant Justice Fund
Allegiance Strategies, LLC: U.S. Committee For Refugees And Immigrants
Alpex International, LLC: Db Group America, Ltd
Alpine Group Partners, LLC.: Accenture, LLP
Alpine Group Partners, LLC.: Mrcooper
American Defense International, Inc.: Lyten, Inc.
American Defense International, Inc.: Vitel Net
Arentfox Schiff LLP: The Rlj Companies, LLC
Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz /The Daschle Group: Icd Alloys & Metals LLC
Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz /The Daschle Group: Metropolitan Atlanta Chamber
Ballard Partners: Feeding Florida, Inc.
Ballard Partners: Fidelity & Guaranty Life Insurance Company
Ballard Partners: Iguana Investments Florida LLC
Ballard Partners: Millennium Physician Group LLC
Ballard Partners: The Ashcroft Law Firm (On Behalf Of Bassem Awadallah)
Becker & Poliakoff, P.A.: 3M Company
Becker & Poliakoff, P.A.: Ups (United Parcel Service)
Bluestone Strategies, LLC: Apexhealth
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney Pc: Selene Photonics
California Independent System Operator: California Independent System Operator
California Independent System Operator: California Independent System Operator
Capital Park Partners LLC: Capco LLC
Capitol Counsel LLC: Flyexclusive
Capitol Counsel LLC: State Federal Strategies On Behalf Of Boa Vida Healthcare LLC
Capitol Counsel LLC: The Geo Group, Inc.
Carmen Group Incorporated: Digital Gadgets
Carmen Group Incorporated: E-Space Inc.
Carmen Group Incorporated: Wework
Cassidy & Associates, Inc.: Gordian
Cassidy & Associates, Inc.: Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership
Cgcn Group, LLC: Tellurian, Inc.
Clark Hill, Plc: Boyd Watterson Gsa Reit
Clark Hill, Plc: Cameron County Commissioners Court
Clark Hill, Plc: Fasken Oil & Ranch Ltd.
Clark Hill, Plc: Mutualink, Inc.
Clark Hill, Plc: Puerto Verde Holdings, LLC
Clark Hill, Plc: Southern Methodist University
Clark Hill, Plc: Starr Camargo Bridge Company
Clark Hill, Plc: W.W. Grainger, Inc.
Competition Advocates, LLC: Daikin U.S. Corporation
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Houston First Corporation
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: Pre LLC Obo S2 Rapiscan
Cornerstone Government Affairs, Inc.: The Pew Charitable Trusts
Covington & Burling LLP: Apple Inc.
Covington & Burling LLP: Nest Investments (Holdings) Ltd.
Crossroads Strategies, LLC: Dependable Health Services
Crossroads Strategies, LLC: Intoxalock
Dan Burton International LLC: Dr. Rath Research Institute B.V.
Dc Legislative And Regulatory Services, Inc.: Hylife
Dentons Global Advisors Government Relations LLC: Park Community Credit Union
Desimone Consulting, LLC: We Work For Health
Epplin Strategic Planning: National Association Of Broadcasters
Epplin Strategic Planning: Southern Poverty Law Center
Ernst & Young LLP (Washington Council Ernst & Young): Blackrock, Inc.
Ernst & Young LLP (Washington Council Ernst & Young): Exxonmobil Corporation
Ervin Graves Strategy Group, LLC: 5E Advanced Materials
Ervin Graves Strategy Group, LLC: 777 Partners LLC
Ervin Graves Strategy Group, LLC: Clearday Products Ltd.
Ervin Graves Strategy Group, LLC: Mega Highwall Mining, LLC
Ervin Graves Strategy Group, LLC: Rx Bio, Inc.
Ervin Graves Strategy Group, LLC: Triumph Enterprises, Inc.
Federal Health Counsel, LLC: Pharmaceutical Research And Manufacturers Of America
Fgs Global (US) LLC (Fka Fgh Holdings LLC): National Cooperative Business Association Clusa
Fgs Global (US) LLC (Fka Fgh Holdings LLC): National Rural Water Association
Forbes-Tate: With Honor Action
Ghazal & Associates, LLC: Advanced Technology Systems Company
Hanka Advisor LLC: Mannik & Smith Group On Behalf Of The Road Commission For Oakland County
Health Policy Source, Inc.: Veru, Inc.
Holland & Knight LLP: Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority
Holland & Knight LLP: Space Florida
Husch Blackwell Strategies: Oxfam America
Husch Blackwell Strategies: Ses Americom Inc.
Imperium Global Advisors: Huawei Technologies USa Inc
Insight Public Affairs, Inc.: Roblox Corporation
Jbs Communications, LLC: Bpm Lumber, Inc.
J M Burkman & Associates: Radu Buchmann
J M Burkman & Associates: Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation
Kadesh & Associates, LLC: Our Community Matters
Kadesh & Associates, LLC: The O Team, LLC
Lewis-Burke Associates, LLC: Runx1 Foundation
Linchpin Strategies, LLC: Mako Medical Laboratories
Lippes Mathias LLP (Fka Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP): Bassett Healthcare Network, Inc.
Lne Group: Be Perfect Foundation
Lne Group: Butler Institute Of American Art
Lne Group: City Of Maple Heights
Lne Group: Columbus College Of Art And Design
Lne Group: Conquer Paralysis Now
Lne Group: Romy And Gaby Sci Foundation
Lne Group: United Black Fund Of Greater Cleveland
Lne Group: University Hospitals Health System
Maynor LLC: General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems
Mcallister & Quinn, LLC: The Margolin Group On Behalf Of Children’s Hospital Los Angles
Michael Best Strategies LLC: Alaska Native Village Corporation Association
Michael Best Strategies LLC: American Energy Action
Michael Best Strategies LLC: American Fruit Vegetables Processors & Growers Coalition
Michael Best Strategies LLC: Comprehensive Healthcare Systems, Formerly Reported As Comprehensive Healthcare
Michael Best Strategies LLC: Institute Of Food Technologists
Michael Best Strategies LLC: Oregon Inlet Fishing Center
Michael Best Strategies LLC: Plains All American Pipeline, L.P.
Michael Best Strategies LLC: Republican River Water Conservation District
Michael Best Strategies LLC: Snp Inc.
Mike Williams Capitol Strategies LLC (F/K/A Mw Capitol Strategies LLC): Steptoe & Johnson LLP On Behalf Of Complete Parachute Solutions, Inc.
Mike Williams Capitol Strategies LLC (F/K/A Mw Capitol Strategies LLC): Steptoe & Johnson LLP On Behalf Of Gas Technology Institute
Mike Williams Capitol Strategies LLC (F/K/A Mw Capitol Strategies LLC): Steptoe & Johnson LLP On Behalf Of Iten Defense LLC
Mike Williams Capitol Strategies LLC (F/K/A Mw Capitol Strategies LLC): Steptoe & Johnson LLP On Behalf Of Point Blank Enterprises, Inc.
Mike Williams Capitol Strategies LLC (F/K/A Mw Capitol Strategies LLC): Steptoe & Johnson LLP On Behalf Of Standard Aero
Military Diplomacy Strategies LLC: Ionic Rare Earths Limited
Mr. Edmund Graber: US Pipe [Fka Forterra]
Mr. Gregory Kulchyckyj: Razom, Inc.
Mykola Murskyj: Razom, Inc.
Nvg, LLC: Astellas Pharma US, Inc.
Ogilvy Government Relations: Comcast Corporation
Ogilvy Government Relations: Mr. Christopher Catrambone
Patrick Foley: Heinz Strategies LLC (On Behalf Of Pilma)
Pioneer Public Affairs: Newlight Technologies, Inc.
Plurus Strategies, LLC: Ml Strategies, LLC (On Behalf Of Tenneco, Inc.)
Polaris Government Relations, LLC: Elevate
Porterfield, Fettig & Sears, LLC: Acorns
Porterfield, Fettig & Sears, LLC: Astellas Pharma US, Inc.
Primacy Strategy Group: Open Arms Of Minnesota
Prime Policy Group: Bhp Billiton Petroleum Inc
Prime Policy Group: Burson Cohn & Wolfe On Behalf Of Spire, Inc.
Prime Policy Group: Romark
Prime Policy Group: Service Employees International Union
Raffaniello & Associates: Itc Holdings Corp.
Revere Federal Strategies: Hedron Space Inc.
Rising Tide Associates: Liquid Measurement Systems
Rising Tide Associates: Optasense
Robertson, Monagle, And Eastaugh: City Of Craig
Robert White Associates, Inc.: Kindred Healthcare
Robert White Associates, Inc.: Starkey Hearing Technology
Sagely Solutions LLC: Sirius Xm Radio
Sapphire Strategies, LLC: The Dc Project
Sidley Austin LLP: Equilibrium Capital
Squire Patton Boggs: Town Of Frisco, Colorado
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Bki Engineering Services Behalf Missoula Electric Cooperative
Strategic Marketing Innovations: Ibc Materials & Technologies LLC
Strategic Policies, LLC: Southern Chemical Corporation
Strategies 360: Columbia Basin Hydropower
Strategies 360: Juwi Inc.
Strategies 360: Magnix USa, Inc.
Strategies 360: Pallet, Spc
Strategies 360: The Aleut Corporation
Subject Matter: Aave LLC
Subject Matter: Churchill Downs Incorporated
Subject Matter: Fortinet, Inc.
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP Dba Taft Advisors LLC Fka (Taft, Stettinius & Hollister, LLP): Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc (Fka Alion Science And Technologies)
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP Dba Taft Advisors LLC Fka (Taft, Stettinius & Hollister, LLP): University Hospitals
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP Dba Taft Advisors LLC Fka (Taft, Stettinius & Hollister, LLP): Xsoc Corporation Fka (Secure Channels)
The Assistance Fund: The Assistance Fund
The Livingston Group, LLC: Hebert, Stephen
The Madison Group: Desert Inet
The Madison Group: Firstkey Homes, LLC
The Madison Group: International Association Of Plastics Distribution
The Madison Group: Si Group Client Services
The Madison Group: Sime Darby Plantation Berhad
The Madison Group: Ucan
The Pew Charitable Trusts: The Pew Charitable Trusts
Tiber Creek Group: We Work For Health
Tides Group, LLC: Frequency Therapeutics, Inc.
Tides Group, LLC: Proctoru Inc.
Todd Strategy Group: Crispr Therapeutics, Inc.
Todd Strategy Group: Flow Therapy
Todd Strategy Group: Veracyte, Inc.
Van Scoyoc Associates: International Health, Racquet, And Sports Club Association
Van Scoyoc Associates: Servicenow
Vantage Knight, Inc.: America’s Power
Velos (Formerly Pinnacle Engineering And Management Solutions): Hexagon US Federal
Velos (Formerly Pinnacle Engineering And Management Solutions): Maxar Technologies
Velos (Formerly Pinnacle Engineering And Management Solutions): Ses Government Solutions
Venable LLP: Dredging Contractors Of America
Venable LLP: Mid-Size Bank Coalition Of America
Venable LLP: Navy Mutual Aid Association
Venable LLP: New York Shipping Exchange, Inc.
Wiley Rein LLP: Verizon Communications Inc And Various Subsidiaries
Williams And Jensen, Pllc: Clark Street Associates On Behalf Of Hid Global
Williams And Jensen, Pllc: Data Is Safety Coalition
Williams And Jensen, Pllc: Huvepharma
Winning Strategies Washington: Balloon Council
Wise Capital Strategy, LLC: Crossroads Strategies, LLC On Behalf Of Knowbe4, Inc.

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