All the Retiring Dems Lining up Lobbying Gigs After Leaving Office

Carol M. Highsmith, via Wikimedia Commons

Many U.S. representatives have decided to call Congress quits, but their soon-to-be former positions are already lining them up cushy lobbying jobs that will be sure to boost their incomes after leaving the lower House. Despite former members being banned from lobbying after one year, they can “advise” clients. Here are some of the retiring representatives heading to Washington, D.C.’s K Street lobbying firms.

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Richard Olmsted
Richard Olmsted
13 days ago

Notice dummocrats all have that weird look in their eyes like they just got bopped on the noggin with a sledgehammer.

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