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Cantor's Defeat Ripples Through Lobbying Industry

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The surprising primary defeat of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor on Tuesday will reverberate through Washington's lobbying industry, touching business advocates and lobbying shops with close ties to his office.

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  • Debbie Gabor Phelan

    Trust me, there are going to be plenty more political upsets. The people of this country are sick & tired of "business as usual" with the lobbyists in D.C.!

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