Company Lobbying in Los Angeles Dipped in Third Quarter to $16.2 Million
Los Angeles Business Journal reported on December 27, 2017, that:
Developers with projects pending in Los Angeles and other companies with business in the city spent $16.2 million to lobby various city agencies during the third quarter, according to a city lobbying report released Tuesday.
The dollar amount dipped down from the $16.9 million that developers and other businesses paid in lobbying dollars in the prior quarter and from the $16.5 million spent during last year’s third quarter, according to the report from the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission.
Next was Englander Knabe and Allen, which took in $1.2 million from a wide range of companies, including BNSF Railway Co., Motorola Inc. and Waste Management Inc.