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#Pharma Turning Patients With Rare Diseases Into D.C. Lobbyists

The pharmaceutical industry is teaming up with advocacy groups that are training and even paying for patients who need their medicines to promote their causes in Washington. 718 more words

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New Brunswick set to prohibit lobbying by legislative members after cabinet controversy

New Brunswick is set to amend its Conflict of Interest Act in order to strengthen the province’s conflict of interest rules that governs members of the legislative assembly. 552 more words

Politics

Lobbying in the US - The Basics

Lobbying in the US is very different from lobbying in Australia, and US grassroots lobbying is different again, but these three articles make some good points about the basics of lobbying everywhere: 183 more words

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Final warning to the world: Is it finally time for corporations to become more responsible?

I had to take responsibility for writing the first post on our new blog. Deciding the topic has not been an easy task. I was looking for something that could be at the same time relevant and inspiring. 1,448 more words

Behavior

Tory spin can't hide the reality of their massive bankers' bonus

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As the SKWAWKBOX publicised earlier, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has written an open letter – signatures are still open if you want to add yours – challenging Philip Hammond to reverse his planned £5 billion tax-cut for banks and use the money to fund childrens’ services instead. 269 more words

Environmental Anecdotes (Episode 3) The Franklin Campaign: The Leaker - they came in the Dead of Night.

THIS IS NOT A HISTORICAL RECORD. AS PER TRUMPIAN LOGIC, NO APOLOGIES MADE FOR ERRORS, EXAGGERATION, OMISSIONS, BAD TASTE OR MISREPRESENTATIONS.

The call came from Canberra. 1,856 more words

Environment

Environmental Anecdotes (Episode 3) The Franklin Campaign: The Leaker - they came in the Dead of Night.

THIS IS NOT A HISTORICAL RECORD. AS PER TRUMPIAN LOGIC, NO APOLOGIES MADE FOR ERRORS, EXAGGERATION, OMISSIONS, BAD TASTE OR MISREPRESENTATIONS.

The call came from Canberra. 1,856 more words

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