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Congress lobbying Congress: Member Day explained

Members of Congress have the opportunity every year, during the appropriations process, to lobby for issues pertinent to their districts and constituencies. It may look like earmarking, but it’s not — this niche congressional process is called Member Day.

Watch as Niels Lesniewski, CQ Roll Call’s chief White House and congressional correspondent, explains this obscure annual process.

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