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by Roll Call on 03/23/2015

Scalise passed on Selma to attend policy conference

by The Daily Advertiser (Lafayette, La.) on 03/20/2015

Scalise skipped Selma for conservative event

by The Hill on 03/19/2015

Steve Scalise skipped Selma march for posh conference

by Politico on 03/19/2015

Posted by Nate Hoffman on Jan. 22, 2014

The American Council of Life Insurers gets extra Hill coverage with one of their newest hires.

Ian Steger, the former office manager and legislative assistant for Rep. Dave Joyce (R-Ohio), is now with the ACLI as a legislative analyst. The Washington, D.C.-based trade association represents approximately 300 companies at the state, national and international levels. According to lobbying registration papers, Steger advocated for issues related to cybersecurity, mortgages and terrorism-risk insurance coverage.

Steger has been advising the Ohio House delegation for the past four years. Before joining Joyce's staff, he performed numerous roles, including legislative assistant, for Rep. Steve LaTourette (R-Ohio). Joyce currently sits on the House Appropriations Committee's Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies Subcommittee, which has jurisdiction over Medicaid, the National Council on Disability and the Social Security Administration.


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