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Defense Firms May Regret Lobbying Let Up

Political Moneyline: “With no grand budget resolution in October, and Congress continuing to battle over the defense budget and sequesters, some defense firms may regret their reduced expenditures for lobbying in the third quarter.”

“Third quarter lobbying reports filed today show some major defense contractors spent less in the third quarter on federal lobbying of the executive and legislative branches, than during the second quarter.”

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