Monday, May 24, 2010

How is money changing politics?

How is money changing politics? On the next Your Call, we'll have a conversation with Peter Stone, author of Casino Jack and the United States of Money about Washington super lobbyist, Jack Abramoff. In 2009, special interest groups spent more than 3 billion dollars to buy favors. What does Jack Abramoff's case tell us about the role of lobbyists in Washington? How do they affect the average citizen?

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Peter Stone, a journalist covering lobbying and campaign finance issues for National Journal

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