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Nominee pledges to distance himself further from Raytheon

SEEKS ETHICS WAIVER Senator Grassley has said that William Lynn (left) presided over decisions that contributed to wasteful Pentagon spending. SEEKS ETHICS WAIVER Senator Grassley has said that William Lynn (left) presided over decisions that contributed to wasteful Pentagon spending.
By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / February 5, 2009

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WASHINGTON - If he gains Senate approval to be the second-ranking Pentagon official, Raytheon executive and former lobbyist William J. Lynn III pledged yesterday not to participate in any decisions for up to a year that involve the weapons programs he lobbied for on behalf of the Waltham-based defense giant, according to letters the White House and Lynn sent to ... (Full article: 533 words)

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