Nicko from the Sunlight Foundation sez,
Today, the non-partisan Sunlight Foundation is experimenting with a new way to create lobbying transparency. We're crowdsourcing analysis of lobbyists at markups and hearings. Our hope is that you can help us identify D.C.'s power brokers and assorted lobbyists who have an interest in influencing the Senate's view on the proposed AT&T/T-Mobile merger.Help us identify the lobbyists (Thanks, Nicko!)
Can you help? We turned the camera around at a recent hearing on the merger. Please take a look at this post and let us know if you can ID anyone in the photos. If you recognize anyone, please send us an email at email@example.com describing which person you've identified, who they are (name, firm, etc.), and how you know who that person is. As we compile and verify this information, we'll add the names to the photos so you can see who is watching Congress.
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