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Congress members who retired, lost in 2018 joining lobbying, law firms



After Republican Rep. Ed Royce of California retired in 2018, he quickly got a new job.

Royce, a former chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, joined Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck in February to advise clients, The Hill reported.

“I know many individuals who when it comes to US business interests and expansion into that markets, I think I can help with respect to advice, with respect to counsel, insights, certainly building a bridge for dialogue and helping to resolve problems from commercial disputes to opening markets,” Royce said.

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