The business of lobbying thrives on face time and the subleties of in-person contact. Lobbyists pay good money to get into a fundraiser for a quick chat with a lawmaker. And meetings in a congressional office, well, those are close to priceless. None of this can be done in pajamas. But a lot of what goes on in the professional advocacy world can, and does, take place while lobbyists work from home – or from a vacation abode or the pediatrician’s office. View Roll Call article.