9 websites you use regularly that are lobbying Congress

Yelp.com is one of several e-commerce sites that pays for lobbyists on Capitol Hill. (Tim Boyle/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

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9 websites you use regularly that are lobbying Congress

Yelp.com now has a lobbying arm to help you complain about that sandwich better.The review website hired a lobbyist in November that the Huffington Post reports will likely lobby Congress for patent reform and new laws shielding reviewers from libel lawsuits.It isn't the only e-commerce website trying to influence lawmakers on Capitol Hill. Here are eight more, in order of how much they spent on lobbying in 2013:Amazon.com(Getty Images)The e-commerce giant has been lobbying in D.C. since the turn of …

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