Banks, automakers cut back, but continue spending on lobbying

Brush, Silla
April 2009
Hill;4/22/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 44, p14
The article reports that large banking institutions and automakers in the U.S. who benefited the economic assistance have reduced spending on lobbying, however, they still spend millions of dollars to influence President Barack Obama and the Congress for legislation.


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