Billionaire educational voucher supporter Rex Sinquefield now has five lobbyists roaming the halls of the state capitol, and the powerful Brown Lobby Firm has another one to represent its clients.
Missouri Ethics Commission documents indicate Nathan Boone registered Thursday night to join Brown, former Rep. Carl Bearden, Mark Tucker, and David Michael Jackson as lobbyists for Sinquefield.
Boone also registered to lobby for a number of other clients Thursday, including Astellas Pharma U.S. Inc, AT&T, Heyltex, K12, Metro Heart Group of St. Louis, Mid America Medical Affiliates, Missouri Attractions Association, Missouri Society of Anesthesiologists, Missourians for a Better Economy, Pelopidas, St. Louis Science Center Foundation, Cheap Cheap, American Academy of Dermatology Association, American Petroleum Institute, and the Brown Lobby Firm itself.
Ethics Commission records indicate Boone registered as a lobbyist Jan. 13. These are the first clients he has listed.