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Guest Host: Susan Page
A discussion on candidates’ ties to lobbyists, their positions on lobbying, and voter concerns over moneyed interests in politics.
- Brody Mullins Reporter, "The Wall Street Journal"
- Lanny Griffith CEO and partner - Barbour, Griffith and Rogers
- Meredith McGehee Policy director at The Campaign Legal Center; former chief lobbyist at Common Cause
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