Number 10659
Subject Lobbying
Source Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Year 1994
Publication Date
Summary The Milwaukee Journal details how tobacco lobbyists work in Wisconsin, showing how they are able to manipulate legislation and spread funding through the state. The series found that lobbyists were paid over $1,000 per hour, they contributed to political campaigns through political action committees, and the unwillingness of the tobacco lobby to back anti-smoking initiatives, May 29 - 30; Aug. 3, 1994.
Keywords WI Rowen Campaign Contributions Campaign finance records Open Records Law national health data CAR CAJ 14 pages
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