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Short Take: Lobbyists launch advocacy site

A one-stop shop for lobbyists to post information, called InCongress, launched this week, just as Congress goes back to work. Lobbyists pay a fee of $6,000 to be featured on the site, which houses position papers, comments on legislation, and press releases. The site is targeted at lawmakers and the public.

A one-stop shop for lobbyists to post information, called InCongress, launched this week, just as Congress goes back to work. Lobbyists pay a fee of $6,000 to be featured on the site, which houses position papers, comments on legislation, and press releases. The site is targeted at lawmakers and the public.