Does your government affairs strategy look like 2001 or 2023?
The world is changing but many in Washington, D.C. are stuck in the past, using outdated strategies that routinely fail.
UBI Builds Strategies that Reflect Today’s Political Realities
The media and K Street overlook and dismiss Representatives from the poorest districts. UBI unites them for legislative success.
United by Interest, the bipartisan, majority-minority-owned public affairs shop whose partners include GOP lobbyist Sam Geduldig and Democratic lobbyists Mike Williams and Jennifer Stewart, is looking to put together an otherwise unlikely coalition of lawmakers to pass legislation aiming to streamline the reentry into society of individuals who’ve completed their sentences for nonviolent drug-related crimes. The Clean Slate Act, introduced […]
A new idea for American infrastructure
For more than a year, United by Interest — a majority-minority-owned bipartisan lobbying firm — has been working on a plan to unite the bases of both parties to rally behind an infrastructure bill that would invest in America’s poorest communities. The bill — called the Generating American Infrastructure and Income Now (GAIIN) Act — […]
A new way for Washington to focus on America’s poorest communities
An infrastructure bill to invest in America’s poorest communities introduced in the House last week could be a template for bridging the gap between the extremes of the two parties. Why it matters: The bill’s co-sponsors are a coalition of members from the Freedom Caucus and Congressional Black Caucus who rarely work together. And it can […]