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April 6, 2006
In the wake of Tom DeLay's announcement that he will resign from Congress, commentators of all stripes have been close to unanimous in criticizing him for his lead role in the K Street Project. This was the attempt to get trade organizations and large corporations to hire Republicans as lobbyists. When Republicans took control of the House after the 1994 elections, DeLay and supporters like Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform noted that the lobbying community was heavily Democratic.
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