Bolton, Alexander
May 2007
Hill;5/15/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 57, p8
The article reports on the proposed reforms in the lobbying legislation in the U.S. First proposal would require lobbyists to report political funds they raise for lawmakers. The second would extend the period during which former lawmakers and aides may not lobby the U.S. Congress. The third one would require lobbying firms that conduct public communication campaigns to disclose their funding sources.


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