Revolving door spins other way

Crabtree, Susan
July 2007
Hill;7/18/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 87, p1
The article focuses on the senior aides that left K Street jobs for the U.S. House Democratic leadership and committee staffs. The senior aides for the Energy and Commerce panel includes staff director Dennis Fitzgibbons and general counsel Gregg Rothschild. The two have returned to Capitol Hill to help steer the Democratic agenda. It stated that early in 2007, the House Democrats dropped a provision from their lobbying reform bill that would have extended the revolving-door ban for members.


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