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"… houses and dispatching top officials across the country — from Kansas to New York — to testify in legislative hearings. All this is part of an influence …"

"… t's ruling, New Jersey and five other states — Connecticut, Mississippi, New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia — had already taken the initial legislat …"

"… rse earlier this year and step up their state-by-state influence game. In New York, for instance, lobbying records show that the leagues are sparing no expen …"

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"… sinos during the last three and a half years. A majority of that came from New York’s Oneida Indian Nation, according to data from the Center for Responsive …"

"… pletely funded a super PAC called Grow the Economy, which supported failed New York congressional candidate George Phillips, who lost to Claudia Tenney in a R …"

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"… e U.S.” Upon VTB engaging Manatos & Manatos, the firm listed VTB’s New York City office address and registered effective April 2015 under the Lobbying …"

"… ss, Kostin and his lobbyists also scored meetings with Rep. Eliot Engel of New York, a Democrat who is the ranking member of the committee, and Rep. Jeb Hensa …"

"… tors increasingly focused on any interaction between Trump and Russia, the New York Times reported that in a 2015 email, Trump associate Felix Sater said Kost …"

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"… improvements at existing facilities.” Richard Revesz, dean emeritus at New York University’s School of Law, said Pruitt has given industry an extraordin …"

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"… lead-up to Monday’s decision, five states — Connecticut, Mississippi, New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia — along with New Jersey had already passed …"

"… utcomes of games. Marc Edelman, a law professor at the City University of New York's Baruch College, expects other professional leagues to join in the lobbyi …"

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"… ing collaboration with the Center.   In Region 11, which encompasses New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the award for Small Market Radio Invest …"

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"… olitical action committee whose sister nonprofit is under investigation in New York and Virginia. Reached by the Center for Public Integrity, the politicos s …"

"… ity investigation. The Center for Public Integrity last week reported that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has joined Virginia’s attorney genera …"

"… in Connecticut, nor Democratic congressional candidate DuWayne Gregory in New York, responded to requests for comment. The two veterans nonprofits and the r …"

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"… and loosen purse strings …"

"… s salary. The nonprofit Center for American Homeless Veterans must give New York officials documents “relevant and material to an investigation and inqui …"

"… by the Center for Public Integrity. Sarah Rutherford, a spokesperson for New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, declined to comment when asked about t …"

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"… Scott Livingston, Sinclair’s vice president for news, last year told the New York Times that Sinclair works “very hard to be objective and fair and be in …"

"… ikes of Rep. Xavier Becerra of California ($5,000), Rep. Joseph Crowley of New York ($6,000) and Sen. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland ($7,000) earned 52 percent …"

"… according to Center for Responsive Politics data. Sens. Charles Schumer of New York and Brian Schatz of Hawaii pocketed $10,000, the most the PAC could legall …"

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"… e. Nine more states are considering similar programs this year, among them New York, Missouri and Pennsylvania. But the investment industry is standing in th …"

"… hich raises money from corporate sponsors, such as Northwestern Mutual and New York Life, to support state-level advocacy initiatives. NAIFA’s state lobbyi …"

"… ents applicable to insurance agents and financial planners. States such as New York, have been considering enacting their own fiduciary rule now that the fede …"

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"… ce tracks. He cited the Watkins Glen International facility in his Upstate New York district as an economic engine and job creator. But several government re …"

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"… and began spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to great effect. The New York-based BlackPAC knocked on more than 520,000 doors, sent mail to 271,000 ho …"

"… tion.   She followed that up by working as the executive director of New York Jobs with Justice,  another grassroots-centric organization focused o …"

"… tunes were improving. BlackPAC’s office is located in a 12-story Harlem, New York, office building. Shropshire, who also serves as BlackPAC’s treasurer, s …"

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"… ded on government meetings to express their anger — from  Woodbury, New York; to Liberty Township, Ohio; to Charlotte; to Pasco County, Florida; to Oly …"

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"… ule. His legal interpretations tend to align with industry desires: a 2017 New York Times investigation revealed his deep ties to companies and propensity to …"

"… c under-protected.   That, public advocacy groups and states such as New York and Massachusetts say, is exactly what has happened with the chemical-safe …"

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"… to the clarion call — “the rent is too damn high!” — of perennial New York political candidate Jimmy McMillan. But no presidential campaign from any …"

"… he Trump International Hotel, paid for by Republican Rep. Chris Collins of New York. $40.80: How much Republican Rep. Karen Handel, who won the Georgia speci …"

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"… etro area, as well as in Los Angeles and other parts of California, Texas, New York and Florida. The Homeland Security decision is a blow to Salvadorans in t …"

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"… State Legislatures. Only 10 states, including, Alaska, California and New York, pay legislators enough to make a living, according to the June report.&nb …"

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"… 2015 ruling by a federal appellate court in Madden v. Midland, a case from New York. The court ruled that third parties, in this case a debt buyer called Midl …"

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"… ure of Big Oil …"

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"… nonprofit he runs out of the same office. This telemarketer — which the New York attorney general’s office says is run by a man they banned for life from …"

"… l’s office says is run by a man they banned for life from fundraising in New York and remains under investigation — kept $9 out of every $10 raised. Mean …"

"… h at least a dozen other charities — two of which have been shut down by New York regulators — and keeps an average of 90 percent of the money it raises f …"

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"… to Yoko Ono, Mark Ruffalo, and all of the environmental pressure groups in New York.” In truth, though, the picture is murkier, and Cuomo’s ban is less t …"

"… kier, and Cuomo’s ban is less than absolute. Moratorium notwithstanding, New York is still reaping the rewards of fracking, importing shale gas from neighbo …"

"… ocess it in a mammoth power plant under construction 65 miles northwest of New York City. “It goes to the heart of the apparent irony that New York State w …"

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"… ired them. Most legislators reported outside work except in California and New York, where the office is considered full-time and pays relatively high salarie …"

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"… a notable hedge funder and philanthropist who jumped to his death from his New York apartment in 2013. Donors Trust, a Virginia-based free-market charity and …"

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"… r slipping into the shadows in cities like Washington, Miami, Los Angeles, New York and Houston and trying to evade deportation. And they’ll have to decide …"

"… ofitable and are key to the economic health of cities like Orlando, Miami, New York City and L.A.” Recently, at All Souls Church in Washington, D.C., Dina …"

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"… 421,788: Amount the congressional campaign of former Rep. Michael Grimm, a New York Republican, owed law firm Squire Patton Boggs for past legal work. Grimm s …"

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"… part through support from the Democracy Fund, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the MacArthur Foundation, the Grantham Foundation, the Knight Foundation, …"

"… stories. Yerardi earned undergraduate degrees in history and journalism at New York University and his master’s in journalism at the University of Missouri. …"

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"… I. Weiner, senior counsel for the Brennan Center’s Democracy Program at New York University’s School of Law. “It’s also a political reality that the …"

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"… a retired lawyer and actor, so that he could purchase shares in an upstate New York co-op of which Kupperstein is also a member. In 2012, Rep. Gregory Meeks, …"

"… company run by a prominent Democratic donor. Meeks continues to represent New York's 5th district.  Bill Shaheen, the husband of Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D …"

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"… chool districts nationwide in the last year. Eighty-three percent of 1,281 New York City public schools tested higher than the maximum level allowed by the EP …"

"… rector of the lead poisoning clinic at Montefiore Children’s Hospital in New York City. “Potentially, they’ve lost some IQ, but you can’t tell.” Al …"

"… Water Act. Only six states – Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York and Virginia – require schools to test for lead, according to a News21 a …"

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