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A History of Excellence & A Reputation for Success

For more than 40 years we have been advancing our clients' positions in Washington. Our proven record for success secures our position as one of the nation's leading government affairs law firms.

A History of Excellence & A Reputation for Success

For more than 40 years we have been advancing our clients' positions
in Washington. Our proven record for success secures our position as
one of the nation's leading government affairs law firms.

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  • What Gridlock? No Slowdown for Big Lobbying | BGOV Analysis
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Washington UpdateWeekly Update on Congress

  • The House and Senate returned from a week-long recess this week, with the Senate resuming efforts to pass the...

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  • Last week the House passed the “LNG Permitting Certainty and Transparency Act” (H.R. 351) and the Senate passed the...

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  • Attached is this week’s Washington Update, which covers: taxes; trade; financial services; energy and environment; defense; health; transportation and...

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Daily UpdateDaily Report from the Capitol

  • The House will begin consideration of the Passenger Rail Reform and Investment Act of 2015.

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  • The House will resume consideration of the Passenger Rail Reform and Investment Act of 2015.

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  • The House failed to pass the Senate amendment and requested a conference on H.R. 240, DHS Appropriations Act. Prior to adjourning on Friday, the Senate passed H.R.33, as amended with a substitute amendment that contains a 7 day CR to fund the Department of Homeland Security through March 6,

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  • The Senate will resume consideration of the DHS Appropriations Act. The House will consider H.J Res 35 Making further continuing appropriations for FY15 and a motion to go to Conference on the DHS Appropriations Act.

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  • The Senate will continue consideration of the DHS Appropriations Act.

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  • Senate continued consideration of the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act. A unanimous consent agreement was reached that no later than March 3 the Senate will begin consideration of the veto message of the President to accompany S. 1, to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline.

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Washington UpdateWeekly Update on Congress

  • The House and Senate returned from a week-long recess this week, with the Senate resuming efforts to pass the...

    Read More
  • Last week the House passed the “LNG Permitting Certainty and Transparency Act” (H.R. 351) and the Senate passed the...

    Read More
  • Attached is this week’s Washington Update, which covers: taxes; trade; financial services; energy and environment; defense; health; transportation and...

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