Secretary of State  - Political Reform Division
Lobbying Expenditures and The Top 100 Lobbying Firms
Main Page
Lobbying Firms
Lobbyist Employers
 
 
FIRM, LOBBYISTS AND CLIENTS
JAN - MAR 97
APR - JUN 97
1997 TOTAL
HOUSTON GROUP, THE (aka CORPORATE ADVOCATES, INC.) $86,495  $101,909  $188,404 
Lobbyists
Houston, Douglas D.      
Houston, Robert P.      
Clients
Calaveras Cement Company $1,087  $1,417  $2,504 
California Concrete Contractors Association $5,500  $5,250  $10,750 
California Park and Recreation Society  $8,507  $8,201  $16,708 
California Portland Cement Company $1,087  $1,063  $2,150 
California Steel & Plastic Drum Reconditioners Task Force $0  $0  $0 
Central Valley Rock, Sand & Gravel Association $2,868  $3,045  $5,913 
East Bay Regional Park District  $14,673  $15,252  $29,925 
Funeral Security Life  $0  $0  $0 
Funeral Security Plans, Inc.  $6,900  $6,900  $13,800 
Hunter/Ruiz $0  $1,600  $1,600 
Industrial Molding & Container Corporation  $1,500  $1,500  $3,000 
Kaiser Cement Corporation $708  $1,455  $2,163 
Kensington Community Service District $1,000  $0  $1,000 
Martinez, City of  $0  $0  $0 
Mitsubishi Cement Corporation (MCC) $1,448  $1,076  $2,524 
National Cement Company of California, Inc. $1,448  $1,063  $2,511 
National Steel & Shipbuilding Company  $0  $0  $0 
Piedmont, City of $0  $0  $0 
Riverside Cement Company $1,087  $1,076  $2,163 
RMC Lonestar $1,442  $1,063  $2,505 
Smith & Kempton $21,250  $13,750  $35,000 
Southdown Inc. (dba Southwest Portland Cement) $1,087  $1,063  $2,150 
Southern California Paint & Coating Association  $2,450  $2,992  $5,442 
Southgate Recreation & Park District  $0  $2,800  $2,800 
Tahoe City Public Utility District $3,000  $3,000  $6,000 
U.S. Borax Inc. $9,453  $28,343  $37,796 

If you have questions or comments regarding the content in this page,
please feel free to send them by email to PoliticalReform@ss.ca.gov
Please report any technical or formatting problems to the Webmaster.

CA Secretary of State  
Political Reform Division 
©1997