David Rosser, the Western Mail's former lobby
editor, gave us a personal glimpse of life in the Lobby
50 years ago in his 1987 memoir A Dragon in the House: 'It was...in a sense a much more casual life, especially on the output side.
'My deputies and I are very optimistic about allowing the media to remain in the Dewan Rakyat lobby
. However, without the good cooperation of the media, we are afraid that these good improvements will have to be withdrawn one day if the media continues to ignore rules and instructions by insisting on conducting interviews and asking questions outside the allocated area,' he added.
and Horja, A., Reglementarea activitatii de Lobby
. In anticamera influentei (Regulation of Lobbying Activity.
The UK financial services lobby
is very active in Brussels.
Sometimes called the Jewish lobby
-- wrongly, in my opinion because not all American Jews are supportive of Israel -- the pro-Israel lobby
is indeed a very powerful actor in Congress and exerts significant influence over the administration through the presence of organizations such as the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
Remodeling an existing lobby
can be done beautifully, with updated designs based on straightforward solutions.
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America in 2013, So Why Is Everyone Obsessed With The Israel Lobby
Specifically, in the FMSI branch lobby
study of 344,000 interactions, FMSI found that on average 65% of the platform activities do not involve selling products.
is your front door--it's the first and last impression for your employees, tenants, and their customers," explains Charles McClafferty, chief operating officer with Sage Realty Corporation in New York City.
Nurses who arrived early at Lobby
Day had a chance to network.
The US public gets an incomplete picture of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict because powerful pro-Israeli lobby
, backed by Evangelicals, has effectively gagged the US media, said two leading US academics.
It even survived the most profound changes to Canada's lobbying laws, the Federal Accountability Act, Prime Minister Harper's flagship legislation designed to, in his words, enable Canadians to "trust their federal government." Even though the premise of legitimacy was reaffirmed, the Harper government's changes to the lobbying law--scheduled to come fully into force on July 1, 2008--sent a profound message to those who lobby
the federal government.