Lobbyist: Company involved in Jefferson scandal was 'hogwash'

Bogardus, Kevin
June 2007
Hill;6/15/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 72, p6
The article reports on the concerns of Dick Egle, owner of Egle Associates who lobbied for Global Environmental Energy Corp. (GEEC), over the involvement of his company in the scandal faced by Representative William Jefferson in the U.S. According to Egle, his contract with the promising energy company did not materialize as planned. He was frustrated by GEEC's lack of progress in Louisiana and described his lobbying effort for the firm as having no direction.


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