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Monday, July 03, 2006

Fossils, Lobbying for fossil fuels by Jack Lessenberry's Essays and Interviews

Jack Lessenberry talks with Detroit Free Press writer, Justin Hyde about the changing automotive lobby in Washington. He writes, "Democrats lost the House in 1994. And the newer generation of congressmen and presidents of both parties have increasingly looked less towards the rust belt and more and more to the Sunbelt." He continues, "... while they still spend millions every year courting congressmen, indications are that they aren’t as powerful as they once were."

Listen to Interview: Justin Hyde - 6/29/06

Also read or listen to the companion Essay: Fossils, Lobbying for Fossil Fuels - 6/29/06

Motor on over to Absolute Michigan keyword "auto" (type any word into that top right box: food, hiking, boat, etc.)

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