SOPR

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SOPRSenate Office of Public Records (US Senate)
SOPRSpecific Oxygen Production Rate
SOPRSpent Output Profit Ratio (metric)
SOPRSperm-Oocyte Penetration Rate
SOPRStanding Operating Procedures Regulation
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According to figures filed with the Senate Office of Public Records this week, both Facebook and Amazon spent a record amount on lobbying in the second quarter of 2019 as they are bracing for the so-called "techlash".
The health sector itself was the highest spending of the 121 ranked, taking a $266 million bite out of the total $1.6 billion lobbying pie for the year so far, according to the center's analysis of data downloaded from the Senate Office of Public Records in August.
Total spending on lobbying for all sectors was $3.2 billion for the year, according to the center's calculations, which were based on data from the Senate Office of Public Records.
The report draws on data from the Center for Responsive Politics (CRP), which tracks and categorizes campaign contributions and lobbying expenditures, as well as contributions reported to the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) and the Senate Office of Public Records.
The Internet giant has spent a total of $2.72 million lobbying during the first half of the year, according to reports filed with the Senate Office of Public Records. Google's second quarter figures were filed Tuesday night.
The industry also went to bat for reauthorization of the State Children's Health Insurance Program and extensions of the Prescription Drug User Fee and Best Pharmaceuticals for Children acts, according to the center's analysis of lobbying records submitted to the Senate Office of Public Records.
The industry also went to bat for reauthorization of the State Children's Health Insurance Program, and extensions of the Prescription Drug User Fee and Best pharmaceuticals for Children acts, according to the center's analysis of lobbying records submitted to the Senate Office of public Records.
The Senate Office of Public Records last year counted 32,890.
Most media sources, including CNN, USA Today and the Senate Office of Public Records, report some 32,000-37,000 lobbyists.
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