WASHINGTON: Members Of Debt Panel Have Ties To Lobbyists. “Like many federal contractors, General Electric has a lot riding on the work of a new congressional “supercommittee,” which will help decide whether to impose massive cuts in defense and health-care spending. But the Connecticut-based conglomerate also has a potential advantage: A number of its lobbyists used to work for members of the committee, and will be able to lobby their former employers to limit the impact of any reductions in the weeks ahead.” Why not just change its name to Government Electric? But it’s not the only one.
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