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Father doesn’t always know best

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Editorial: Meetings a chance for Congress to listen

by Omaha World-Herald on 08/21/2014

Midlands lawmakers high on list of top listeners in Congress

by Omaha World-Herald on 08/20/2014

Revolving door
Posted by Garrett Snedeker on May 2, 2012
Revolving door

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) brought a former tax counsel to Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D-Ark.) back through the revolving door after a brief stint lobbying.

Anna Taylor spent just over one year with D.C. government relations titan, Podesta Group, as a principal where she lobbied on behalf of myriad clients including Wal-Mart, Lockheed Martin and Oracle. Podesta Group confirmed her departure via telephone. She joined Schumer's staff in April as a tax and economic policy adviser. In addition to her time as Sen. Lincoln's tax counsel, Taylor also worked on the Senate Finance Committee, a committee on which Schumer currently sits.


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