OpenSecrets.org | Business-Labor-Ideology Split in Lobbying
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2018 (Jan-March)
20172016201520142013201220112010200920082018 includes lobby spending from January through March and is based on data released by the Senate Office of Public Records on April 24, 2018.
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Business$769,215,504$2,910,898,211$2,752,198,303$2,813,365,760$2,835,396,264$2,807,591,095$2,893,854,927$2,877,910,411$3,021,598,515$3,003,724,194$2,830,972,841
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Labor$11,251,147$47,121,117$47,408,000$46,228,609$45,927,230$47,752,697$44,954,292$50,686,309$46,143,725$43,140,735$40,906,274
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Ideological Groups
$33,294,223$149,151,591$130,677,732$134,446,634$144,301,376$146,204,234$128,479,723$134,663,506$152,004,187$161,454,276$165,622,421
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Other$49,028,903$216,703,748$195,071,480$202,372,534$208,680,017$214,725,349$218,574,818$243,711,629$265,824,883$268,457,796$262,188,662
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If you have questions about the data shown here, please contact Daniel Auble at dauble@crp.org.
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