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An Apple a Day . . .

  Great post (http://bit.ly/JgeuB6) on the GigaOM Apple Blog today about Apple’s lobbying efforts — or lack thereof. Like Microsoft, Google, and other heavyweight companies, Apple will have to become more active in Washington. They’ve simply become too big, and they have

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New York Advocacy Association Position Papers

On April 27, 2011, the New York Advocacy Association (NYAA) testified at a hearing before the New York City Lobbying Commission.   The hearing focused on issues surrounding lobbying firms.  At the hearing, the NYAA raised several new issues for the Commission to consider.  Here is a

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New York Advocacy Association Testifies at New York City Lobbying Commission Hearing

At this morning’s New York City Lobbying Commission Hearing, Cozen O’Connor Member Ken Fisher testified on behalf of the New York Advocacy Association (NYAA).  The hearing focused on the differences between the City lobbying scheme and the State lobbying scheme.  Below

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Ken Fisher Interviewed by NY1 about New York City’s Lobbying Laws

Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies Member Ken Fisher was interviewed by NY1 about the effect of the lobbying laws put into place by Mayor Bloomberg and the New York City Council in 2006.  Ken said that "what [lobbyists] do object to is

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