Lobbyist Dan Johnson describes what it means to be a lobbyist and how lobbyists fit into the American political system. He explains how in-house lobbyists differ from contract or volunteer lobbyists. And he emphasizes that lobbying is something anyone can do, as long as they have an idea they are passionate about.
Lobbyists and State Legislation
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