Lobbying Firm Paid Clients With Public or Tax-Exempt Funds in Bids for 'Earmarks'Quicklink submitted by Amanda Lang Permalink
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|A Washington lobbying firm at the center of a federal corruption probe failed to disclose at least $755,000 in income from 17 nonprofit organizations and governmental entities, and $635,000 from 18 other clients between 1998 and 2005, according to the firm's recently amended filings with the clerk of the House.|
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