A look at why governments lobby other governments

At least $2.6 million in public money went to state lobbyists in 2018. That’s Alaska cities, boroughs and school districts hiring private contractors to represent them in the state’s capital. CoastAlaska’s Jacob Resneck looks at why governments lobby other governments.

Alaska State Capitol building in Juneau. Photo courtesy of houzz.com



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