Stop the revolving door!

Public service shouldn't be a stepping-stone to a lucrative lobbying career -- but that's exactly what many members of Congress and their staff have gone on to do.

The Stop the Revolving Door in Washington Act would help fix this problem by extending the "cooling off" period preventing someone from lobbying their former colleagues to five years for elected officials and two years for senior staff.

This crucial bill would go a long way towards restoring trust and accountability to public service. Tell your representatives to become a co-sponsor today!

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