Excerpts from this story referencing "Texas":
"… Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Texas, Vermont and Wyoming. Some states have different rules for members of the …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "America":
"… rom the Sunlight Foundation, a government accountability group. Corporate America was the biggest beneficiary of this exodus, Sunlight found. Fully 80 perce …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "information technology":
"… exes to the private sector. But even by Washington standards, health information technology companies seem exceptional; fully 70 percent of registered lobbyists who w …"
"… tablished in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 for health information technology and quality [improvement] initiatives.” Similarly, Alston &a …"
"… Elsevier). Like Scully, Kamela said he did not do any actual health information technology lobbying, adding that the company includes anyone who might possibly lobby …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Georgia":
"… g in the list were Missouri (46), Massachusetts and Michigan (43 each) and Georgia (41).Proportionately, New Hampshire, Utah and Oklahoma had the highest per …"
"… yists, some working for other branches of state government. In 2005, 13 of Georgia's past legislators were listed as registered lobbyists working for state g …"
"… behalf of the Department of Transportation were or had been members of the Georgia State Transportation Board, which oversees the department's budget. Board …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "liaison and interim chief":
"… g Group is Patrick J. Osborne, whose experience includes being legislative liaison and interim chief of staff to former Republican Gov. Tommy Thompson and serving in state age …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Politics":
"… Rosenthal, a professor at Rutgers University's Eagleton Institute of Politics, to whom the Center spoke for its "Watchdogs on Short Leashes" study. Rose …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Wyoming":
"… g grade of 36 — almost two and a half times lower. Only Pennsylvania and Wyoming received worse marks.What's more, 24 states have taken steps either to str …"