Why Lobbyists Will Keep Running ScaredRichard S. Dunham
A lobbyist surveyed the power-lunch crowd at Duke Zeibert's restaurant and pondered the brave new world confronting Washington influence-peddlers. Congress will soon make it illegal to buy Duke's famous boiled beef for lawmakers and staffers or slip them tickets to Washington Redskins games. How's a lobbyist to ply his trade? "We have no choice but to adapt," he sighs.
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