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"… “Millions of seniors across the country have made their voices heard in Washington, and more than 340 members of Congress have stood in support of Medicare A …"

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"… additive road doesn’t go anywhere, what do I do?” asked Stuart Pape, a Washington, D.C., attorney who consults for companies that manufacture food additives …"

"… hael Taylor, the FDA’s Deputy Commissioner for Foods, told the Washington Post last year. Meanwhile, industry scientists and lawyers contend t …"

"… Loko were unsafe. Some states like New York, Utah, Oklahoma, Michigan and Washington banned the sale of the beverages before the FDA acted. Two months after Ru …"

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"… ished in the spring of 1959 by friends and admirers of the late syndicated Washington columnist, who wrote about national affairs. It was to be given annually f …"

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"… re reform debate, for example, America’s Health Insurance Plans, a large Washington-based trade group I used to work with—I was a member of its strategic co …"

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"… than 40 states had enacted bills to force insurers to end the practice. In Washington, Congress passed the “Newborns’ and Mothers’ Health Protection Act. …"

"… provider,” Dr Lenna Liu, a professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington, told CNN in 1997. “It's not a decision that administrators or managed c …"

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"… his head would be to sell everything else. Across the country in Ephrata, Washington, Kirk and Patricia Ackley sat down to close on a new mobile home, only to …"

"… denied A couple years after moving into their new mobile home in Ephrata, Washington, Kirk Ackley was injured in a backhoe rollover. Unable to work, he and his …"

"… r, has protected its interests vigorously. Clayton Homes is represented in Washington by the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI), a trade group that has a Clay …"

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"… vice, most Americans don’t have much of a choice. Consider the Seattle, Washington, metropolitan area, which includes Bellevue, Tacoma and Redmond. The area …"

"… said Danielle Kehl, a policy analyst at the Open Technology Institute in Washington, D.C., and one of the authors of a study that also found U.S. broadband pr …"

"… eporter with the International Consortium for Investigative Journalists in Washington, D.C., contributed to this report. …"

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"… 2011 complaint by watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington against Republican Herman Cain's presidential campaign — as is a separat …"

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"… ted by Corinthian columns stand watch over the White House in the heart of Washington, D.C., is taking the long view. Perhaps that's a natural strategy for an i …"

"… The U.S. Chamber of Commerce describes itself as businesses’ “voice in Washington, D.C.” It’s also their army for hire. But it doesn’t come cheap. T …"

"… tics, the business lobby finds itself navigating an increasingly polarized Washington, though the Chamber also sits at the center of a debate over whether it’ …"

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"… merit donations. In at least one case, a donation given by ETC Capital to Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson was later publicly represented as sponsorshi …"

"… hour Energy. Five of those states — Indiana, Hawaii, Oregon, Vermont and Washington — have sued the company since last July, accusing it of making deceptive …"

"… mpany in the past year received campaign donations from him as candidates. Washington’s Ferguson, a Democrat, returned a $1,000 donation from ETC Capital in J …"

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"… ed $1,053,271 in adjusted dollars. He was followed by Sen. Patty Murray of Washington, the fourth highest recipient overall, who received $823,536 in adjusted d …"

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"… owicz, a public policy associate at the Project on Government Oversight in Washington, dubbed the status quo “ridiculous.” “I think the excuse that record …"

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"… rance industry lobbyists are among the most powerful and well connected in Washington. Could the administration have put the kibosh on the 2009 report because i …"

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"… quately guarded from theft has been a recurrent source of friction between Washington and Pretoria, according to officials in both capitals. A break-in at Peli …"

"… t holding the fuel lacks adequate counter-terror protections. As a result, Washington has been waging a quiet, but unsuccessful, diplomatic campaign to convince …"

"… fficials here depict the break-in as a routine burglary, and complain that Washington is needlessly obsessed about Pelindaba’s security. The nuclear arsenals …"

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"… move from those sites to naval bases in King’s Bay, Georgia, or Kitsap, Washington. This is the nerve-wracking, but largely hidden dance of highly-enriched, …"

"… ce admiral -- and three nuclear policy experts. In a press conference in Washington, they recommended that the government begin a major effort to develop such …"

"… Federation of American Scientists, an independent nonprofit group in Washington, said that the burden is on the Navy to prove that its nuclear vessels can …"

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"… willing to discuss these topics, or wary of engaging with a reporter from Washington? South African nuclear officials were generally welcoming, while those in …"

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"… divergent history, some experts here say, partly explains why Pretoria and Washington don’t share the same level of concern about the threat of nuclear terror …"

"… the apartheid regime and are still stored in a vault outside Pretoria that Washington claims is not as secure as it should be. U.S. officials and independent W …"

"… al is valuable and adequately protected. South African officials say that Washington overplays the threat of nuclear terror, and in doing so threatens to block …"

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"… e to fuel a half-a-dozen bombs, each powerful enough to obliterate central Washington or most of lower Manhattan, is locked in a former silver vault at this nuc …"

"… ed others. The episode remains a source of contention between Pretoria and Washington because no suspects were ever charged with the assault, and officials here …"

"… ay the raid came perilously close to succeeding. The episode still spooks Washington, which as a result has waged a discreet diplomatic campaign to persuade So …"

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"… to steal computers or civilian nuclear technology. Many U.S. officials in Washington reached a different view — more closely matching the conclusions of an u …"

"… added, was that they were after the weapons uranium. Birch reported from Washington and South Africa. Smith reported from Washington.  This article …"

"… Birch reported from Washington and South Africa. Smith reported from Washington.  This article was co-published with The Washington Post. …"

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"… 1997, directing an Army brigade in a major offensive against a group that Washington formally designated that year as terrorists, the Revolutionary Armed Force …"

"… orward to earlier this month: Ospina Ovalle was in a military classroom in Washington, lecturing at the National Defense University to an elite group of U.S. an …"

"… l and within the Obama administration, and new expressions of concern from Washington’s community of Latin American specialists. The controversy concerns all …"

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"… s first nuclear explosive under cover of the U.S. Atoms for Peace program, Washington’s policy changed. Since then, the United States has been trying to retr …"

"… estimate last year. So far, none of the plutonium has been converted, and Washington hasn’t settled on a clear, new path forward. The Department of Energy h …"

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"… ications companies, which are among the most powerful special interests in Washington, D.C., and have spent hundreds of millions of dollars on lobbying, politic …"

"… a senior vice president at Public Knowledge, a consumer advocacy group in Washington that supported net neutrality, said in an email. “It is a thing that sho …"

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"… said Melissa Newman, head of federal regulatory affairs at CenturyLink in Washington.  “We are concerned that taxpayer funded, municipal-type broadband …"

"… st year, the Center for Public Integrity reported in August. In Washington, the money has flowed even more. The top Internet providers and their trad …"

"… s stagnated in recent years. And that’s the point, said Jim Baller, the Washington lawyer who represents Chattanooga and Wilson in challenging the state laws …"

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"… ge fraud,” said Patrick Burns, co-director of Taxpayers Against Fraud in Washington. “It’s clear that the noose is tightening, and the risk equation is sh …"

"… vantage industry mounts a major advocacy and public relations offensive in Washington to stave off proposed budget cuts. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid S …"

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"… mmons, policy counsel for Global Financial Integrity, in an interview. The Washington-based nonprofit presses governments to curtail the flow of secret money.&n …"

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"… against individuals.   The revelations about HSBC have resonated in Washington, where the Justice Department has often been accused of going easy on bank …"

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"… ed Services Committee chairman Buck McKeon is opening a consulting firm in Washington, becoming one of the latest lawmakers to shift from overseeing a major U.S …"

"… ding to a Senate registration, working at the Porter Gordon Silver firm in Washington. His clients there included the Florida-based Harris Corporation, which ma …"

"… staff Ross Kyle is the registered agent for The McKeon Group, according to Washington, D.C. incorporation records. Kyle said in a phone conversation that there …"

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"… cal assessment program. The story of how this happened is a lesson in how Washington works. Delaying science There are more than 80,000 chemicals on the marke …"

"… ould exert control over the EPA with spending bills. Even with gridlock in Washington, Congress has to pass such bills if it wants to keep the government open. …"

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"… decide to support. To wit: Bush spent Tuesday afternoon courting some of Washington’s most powerful lobbyist-donors — including many top Romney 2012 fundr …"

"… st bundlers disclosed by the campaign. He also met with Bush on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. He originally met Jeb Bush while working on former President George …"

"… them. Along with Graves, other lobbyists who met with Bush on Tuesday in Washington, D.C., include:  Lanny Griffith, the chief executive of lobby firm …"

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"… to enforce if the states get together…to attack it on all fronts.” In Washington, there’s been little consensus on modifying the health reform law—shor …"

"… atures allow that. Five states, California, Hawaii, Illinois, New York and Washington, saw 50 or more health bills each, according to data from the National Con …"

"… Legislative Campaign Committee. “Everyone has focused on the gains in (Washington), but there were quite a few gains at the state legislative level by the G …"

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