Organizations burned millions of dollars and resources at state, federal, and local level to move the needle on legislative and regulatory issues and make 2019 a successful year in lobbying and advocacy.
But was it?
We expected big movements in infrastructure, immigration, trade and gun control, to name a few, and instead we got … crickets.
With that in mind, we look back at the year that was for advocacy and lobbying, and whether we can expect more of the same in 2020.
Among the topics our experts discussed:
- What you can do for your organization/clients when Congress isn’t passing anything
- Will there be a bigger switch to regulatory or state action based on the gridlock?
- Is there legislation happening that we’re not seeing?
- Kevin O'Neill, Partner, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
- Shawn Zeller, Deputy Editor of CQ Magazine, CQ Roll Call
- Rich Gold, Partner & Leader of Public Policy & Regulation Group, Holland & Knight LLP
- Annie Palisi, Co-Chair Appropriations, Defense, & Homeland Security Practice Group at Invariant GR