Inside the Capitol Hill townhouse where tech’s critics feel at home

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The movement inside Congress to curb tech titans like Amazon and Google is drawing energy from an unlikely hub of anti-Silicon Valley fervor: a nearby townhouse owned by another huge tech company.

The red-brick home that Oracle owns two blocks south of the Capitol has long been a popular waypoint on the D.C. fundraising and lobbying circuit, one of a slew of townhouses that corporations and advocacy groups use as perches of D.C. influence. But recent months have brought it an uptick in fundraisers for lawmakers pushing legislation that would rein in the cloud and database company’s Big Tech competitors.

Lawmakers hosting events at the Oracle

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