Within the last 24 months*
MITCHELL INTERNATIONAL ranks 330th amongst lobbying organizations, having given 11 gifts to legislators and their staffs, valued at $337.
* The state releases data two months after lobbyists submit it, and our numbers reflect the last 24 months on record.
MITCHELL INTERNATIONAL gave 11 gifts to state legislators and their staffs, valued at $337.
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Top 10 legislators who have received the most from this organization
|Sen. Brian Munzlinger Republican | 18th district||
|Rep. John Rizzo Democratic | 19th district||
|Rep. Don Gosen Republican | 101st district||
|Rep. Dave Hinson Republican | 119th district||
|Rep. Lyndall Fraker Republican | 137th district||
|2015-04-27April 27, 2015||Legislator is no longer serving||95.82$95.82||Beverages||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2015-01-07January 7, 2015||Sen. Brian Munzlinger||50.71$50.71||Food for public reception at Inaugural Ball||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2015-03-19March 19, 2015||ENTIRE MISSOURI HOUSE*||50.0$50.00||Catered lunch in the capitol||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2015-04-27April 27, 2015||HOUSE MAJORITY CAUCUS*||48.65$48.65||Beverages catered to the Missouri Capitol||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2015-05-13May 13, 2015||ENTIRE MISSOURI SENATE*||33.74$33.74||Coffee for the Senate||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2014-12-19December 19, 2014||Rep. John Rizzo||23.15$23.15||Beverages||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2015-02-02February 2, 2015||ENTIRE MISSOURI SENATE*||22.43$22.43||Catered coffee to Senate||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2015-05-06May 6, 2015||ENTIRE MISSOURI HOUSE*||11.9$11.90||Catered lunch at the capitol in Jeff City||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2015-05-06May 6, 2015||Rep. Don Gosen||0.08$0.08||Lunch||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2015-05-06May 6, 2015||Rep. Lyndall Fraker||0.07$0.07||Lunch||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
|2015-05-06May 6, 2015||Rep. Dave Hinson||0.07$0.07||Lunch||Meals, Food, & Beverage|
* Lobbyists sometimes report that they purchased a gift for an entire committee or the full legislature. In these cases, it's not clear whether everyone in the group actually received a gift.