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Lawmakers and lobbyists are part of the constant stream of foot traffic at the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
Lawmakers and lobbyists are part of the constant stream of foot traffic at the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. (Globe Staff Photo / Dina Rudick) Globe Staff Photo / Dina Rudick
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Back-room dealing a Capitol trend

GOP flexing its majority power

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / October 3, 2004

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First of three parts WASHINGTON -- Dismayed that the technology company Accenture had located its headquarters in Bermuda, thereby avoiding paying hundreds of millions of dollars in US taxes, the House Appropriations Committee voted 35-17 this summer to strip the firm of a $10 billion Homeland Security contract. (Full Article: 4773 Words)

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