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Posted at 8:19 a.m. on July 2
A Washington, D.C.-based lobbying firm has scored $84,000 in the last year from the U.S. Soccer Foundation for lobbying the federal government.
McAllister & Quinn LLC, reported yesterday it received $21,000 for their lobbying during the second quarter of 2014, bringing their 12-month total to $84,000.
The U.S. Soccer Foundation pays the firm to lobby on World Cup-related requests; Urban Soccer Symposium; Capitol Hill Day; and the Capital Soccer Classic/Congressional Soccer Competition.
The firm also lobbies on budget and appropriations, including grants and services for at-risk youth/anti-obesity purposes (letters of support for Department of Justice application); generally FY15 programmatic appropriations including Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agency Appropriations Act, 2015 (HR 4660, S 2437).
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