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Candidates' plans to curb lobbyists draw skepticism

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / January 27, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Lashing out at lobbyists has become an easy applause line for presidential candidates: The term "lobbyist" was mentioned 20 times by the three participants at Monday's Democratic debate in South Carolina - more often than race, the economy or Social Security. Osama bin Laden was mentioned once. (Full article: 1143 words)

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