K Street Super Bowl: NFL hires new lobbyist 

In the week heading into the Super Bowl, the NFL hired a powerful K Street firm to lobby on labor issues and "Antitrust issues related to a pending SupremeCourt case on licensing NFL trademarks" according to a lobbying registration filed Thursday.

Capitol Hill Strategies is now the NFL's fifth lobbying firm, joining a small army that includes Patton Boggs, The Glover Park Group, and Covington and Burling. Last year, the NFL spent $14.3 million on lobbying.

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