Who's in and who's out among the Capitol lobbyists

Walker, Sam
November 1995
Christian Science Monitor;11/8/95, Vol. 87 Issue 241, p3
Informs about the plans of the Republican Congress to revolutionize the government in light of some of the lobbying reforms introduced by them. Turmoil in the business of political advocacy following the same; Reports yielded by the campaign finance reform advocacy group Common Cause on the contributions by lobbyists to Democrats and Republicans.


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