Lobbying and the Financial Reform Bill
Steven Brill, participating from New York City, talked about his Time cover story on the lobbyist role in shaping financial reform… read more
Steven Brill, participating from New York City, talked about his Time cover story on the lobbyist role in shaping financial reform legislation, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. He asserts in"The Best Laws Money Can Buy," that lobbyists are a “bargain” for those who employ them because of their ability to understand how legislation would affect their clients financially. close
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