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September 26, 2012

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Evelynn Brown, J.D., LL.M

Excellent story. Lobbyists do exert undue influence and often do not inform the people they represent what they are bargaining away up on the Hill. There must be an arms length relationship between government and special interest groups. Openness and transparency means shining a light not just on government but also on lobbyists. NGO's should be watched for their undue influence in advising agencies how to make rules and regulations. Their close ties with members of Congress and staff should also be transparent when crafting a piece of legislation up on the Hill.

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