This Inquirer investigation into lobbyists' reports reveals the shortcomings of New Jersey's disclosure laws. While the amount of money lobbyists spent mushroomed to more than $10 million in 1989, a number of loopholes in the law leave some of the recipients of that money unknown. The reports did disclose how some legislators were wined and dined and how others were wooed with golf and trips to sporting events.
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