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instance, the American League of Lobbyists has written to the White
Washington (CREW), and the American League of Lobbyists (ALL) sent a
restated themes present in earlier American League of Lobbyists
president, American League of Lobbyists, to Gregory B.
He attained an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) designation through the Insurance Institute of America and the Professional Lobbyist Certification (PLC) designation through the American League of Lobbyists (ALL).
The American League of Lobbyists tightened its old rules, but in ways that unintentionally highlighted how dodgy the system is.
On March 31, 2009, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), and the American League of Lobbyists (ALL) sent a letter to White House Counsel Gregory Craig and, at the same time, issued a press release asking the White House to rescind the restrictions.
(62) Letter from Melanie Sloan, executive director, Citizens for Responsibility in Government; Carline Fredrickson, Director, Washington Legislative Office American Civil Liberties Union; and Dave Wenhold, president, American League of Lobbyists, to Gregory B.
(63) Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the American League of Lobbyists, "Diverse Coalition of Organizations Call for White House to Rescind Rule Restricting Lobbyist Communications on Bailout Funds: ACLU, CREW, and ALL Argue Rule Will Not Improve Transparency and Accountability," press release, March 31, 2009,
No matter what the details, few would disagree with Howard Marlowe, a former president of the American League of Lobbyists, the industry's major professional organization: "Lobbying ought to be regulated--it ought to be regulated more effectively-if for no other reason than to help to increase public confidence in and understanding of our representative form of government.
The American League of Lobbyists, an organization for government affairs professionals, developed the Code of Lobbying Ethics to provide basic guidelines and standards for lobbyists' ethical conduct.
The American League of Lobbyists is a membership group of registered lobbyists and other professionals interested in lobbying.
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