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LegiStorm is constantly adding new information on the people, places and reports in our database. In the past week, LegiStorm added:

  • 122 new people
  • 109 new organizations
  • 731 new photos
  • 748 job history records for people in our database
  • 323 education records for people in our database
  • 1228 contact addresses, emails and URLs (LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.)
  • 51 new people through the revolving door
  • 27 new policy reports
  • 11 new trips to our privately funded travel database
  • 76 new personal financial disclosures
  • 44395 new tweets
  • 3739 new press releases
  • 80 new town halls
  • 88 new hearings
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MoveOn plans ‘mass mobilization’ to save Iran deal

by Washington Post on 07/23/2015

Hudson Valley lawmakers traveling the globe

by Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Journal on 07/23/2015

Voices: Time to reform congressional travel

by USA Today on 07/20/2015

Experts: Congress under pressure on overtime rules

by Roll Call on 07/16/2015

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LegiStorm has the most complete database available of congressional staff and lobbying activity in Washington. We have every salary record that the U.S. House and Senate has reported since 2000 and we have all lobbying records, foreign and domestic, since that time too. And we monitor developments on a daily basis.

As a result, we believe that we have - hands down - the best information about who is moving back and forth from lobbying suites to Capitol Hill.

LegiStorm Pro's Revolving Door feature shows everyone who has made the trip through the revolving door from Capitol Hill to K Street and often back again. We show the lobbying firms, the clients and who they have worked for on Capitol Hill. And we feature biographical information - colleges, hometowns, work histories, social media links - on thousands of these revolving door lobbyists. All our data is searchable, providing easy access to exactly what you need.

Currently, our database reveals that 439 members of Congress have played both sides of the divide, serving as both registered lobbyists some time since the year 2000 and as members of Congress. Similarly, our data shows that at least 7,311 people in the same timeframe have served as both lobbyists and congressional aides.

To learn more about such revolving door connections, and to get numerous other features, subscribe or log in to LegiStorm Pro.