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Norm Coleman Lobbied for Employment Non-Discrimination Act
Posted at 10:56 a.m. on Nov. 12, 2013
After Senate passage of the federal Employment Non-discrimination Act, a lobbying firm registered a former Senator to lobby on the bill, listing an effective date of the registration as a month earlier.
Hogan Lovells LLP filed a lobby registration amendment today for its client, the American Unity Fund, an organization that does outreach to conservatives advancing freedom for gay and lesbian Americans. The amendment listed a new lobbyist, former Senator Norm Coleman, R-Minn., to advocate for Congressional passage of federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).
The Senate passed ENDA on November 7th, 64-32.
Update 11/20: Nixon Peabody LLP today registered former Rep. Tom Reynolds, R-N.Y., to lobby on behalf of American Unity Fund, effective 10/8.
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