John Ashcroft’s decision to open his own lobbying shop in Washington, D.C. marks the first time a former attorney general has opened a K Street lobbying firm.

A more typical post-Justice Department move would have been to jump to a law firm or corporation, following in the footsteps of former AGs like Richard Thornburgh, Nicholas Katzenbach and William Barr.

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