Six companies lobbied the federal government in the first quarter on a House resolution that would condemn World War I-era killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks as genocide.
Details on how much each company spent on lobbying in the January-March period and some of the other matters identified. The companies do not specify how much is spent on the various issues in the disclosure reports filed with the House clerk’s office.
–Chevron Corp., $6.8 million. Climate change, oil industry taxes, energy efficiency, renewable fuels, public lands policy, price gouging.
–Northrop Grumman Corp., nearly $2.6 million. Defense spending, research tax credits, climate change.
–United Technologies Corp., nearly $1.9 million. NASA funding, climate change, patent reform, energy and electricity standards.
–Raytheon Co., nearly $1.4 million. Defense spending, air traffic control funding, export control reform.
–BAE Systems Inc., more than $1.1 million. Defense spending, hybrid-electric technology, research and development tax credits.
–Goodrich Corp., $542,195. Defense spending, labor legislation, U.S. tax on overseas income