The lawyers’ lobbyists

Mark Mifflin remembers the Dark Ages of tracking the General Assembly.Before the legislature’s information clearinghouse at ILGA.gov, before Twitter and mobile phones, if you really wanted to keep tabs on lawmakers, you had to do it from the House and Senate galleries or at “the rail” that circles the center of the Capitol dome outside both chambers.“In the 1980s, they …

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