Thorn Run Partners is not just another lobbying firm. We have been called "nimble," "new generation," and "rabidly bipartisan." While our firm boasts all the expertise and government credentials of Washington's mega-firms, we also bring the creativity, collaboration and discipline of an elite boutique. And in a business where measurable progress is often in short supply, we pride ourselves on delivering real results for our clients.
Thorn Run Partners ranked among 'Top-Performing Lobbying Firms of 2016' based on key factors including "growth, client satisfaction, and profitability." - February 8, 2017
"Thorn Run Partners, which has grown from a two-person shop into a 22-person firm, showed massive growth over last year."
- May 27, 2015
Thorn Run Partners is part of a group of "nimble K Street entrepreneurs who understand the changing business of influencing Washington and can easily morph into high-level, team-oriented client consiglieres." - Feburary 5, 2014
Senators will convene today for consideration of a pair of abortion-related measures. Designed as a messaging exercise for the 2020 election, the bills would establish requirements for the degree of care a health care practitioner must exercise in the event a child is born alive following an abortion or attempted abortion (S. 311); and seek to boost protections for pain-capable unborn children (S. 3275). The upper chamber will also resume consideration of presidential nominations, including a final confirmation vote on Katharine MacGregor’s nomination to be Deputy Secretary of the Interior.
In the House, lawmakers will consider five suspension bills out of the Veterans Affairs Committee.
Thorn Run Partners, one of the top lobbying firms in Washington D.C., is seeking a Legislative Assistant with an interest in politics and federal health care policy to aid our executive-level advocacy team on a variety of writing, research, and administrative projects. The Legislative Assistant will spearhead a variety of legislative and regulatory projects, such as facilitating advocacy campaigns, summarizing congressional hearings, analyzing federal regulations, writing newsletters, tracking health policy issues, and more. A strong pedigree in writing or legislative analysis is imperative.
Individuals in this role will be expected to prepare client-ready deliverables
for some of Washington’s most influential stakeholders.
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