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BP Corp. hired on Washington Tax and Public Policy Group lobby on international trade issues. Brian Diffell, the senator’s former legislative director. Roy BluntRoy Dean BluntDems head for Supreme Court vote after hearing Trump tout Long in Missouri Senate race amid Greitens allegations The Hill’s Morning Report – Jackson fends off attacks; Biden in Europe MORE (R-Mo.), will work on the account.
Airbnb inc. hiring Porterfield, Fettig & Sears LLC Lobby on housing finance issues. Dwight Fettig, former Democratic staff director for the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, will work on the account.
the Fintech Association hiring Cypress Advocacy LLC lobby on issues related to payments, access to credit and bank-fintech partnerships. Lisa Peto, former Democratic chief counsel for the House Financial Services Committee, will work on the account.
SpaceX hiring Relations with the government of Rome to resolve regulatory uncertainties regarding its offshore recovery operations. David Jansen, former Democratic personnel director of the House Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation subcommittee, will work on the account.
Genentech inc. hiring Ogilvy Government Relations lobby on issues related to public health preparedness and access to medicines for minority communities. Dean Aguillen, former Senior Advisor to the President Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiThe Hill’s Morning Report – Tensions rise as Jackson hearing Romney says Dems will send him new COVID-19 funding proposal on Wednesday Pelosi backs Cuellar, says ‘I don’t know what it is’ about raid from the FBI MORE (D-Calif.), will work on the account.
realpill hiring TCH Group lobbying for government contracts for prescription drugs, diagnostics and telehealth. Michael Tongour, former GOP counsel for the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, will work on the account.
the Coalition for Fair Access to Interstate Remedies hiring Capitol Tax Partners LLP push for an overhaul of the tax injunctions law, which limits the ability of federal courts to hear state tax cases. Patrick Heck, former Democratic chief tax adviser to the Senate Finance Committee, will work on the account.