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Court Sides With Hip Hop's Simmons Over Lobby Law

A state Supreme Court judge has struck down part of the state's lobbying law, saying it's unconstitutional. The head of the state's lobbying commission, David Grandeau, says he agrees that the law is flawed, and wants Governor Pataki and the legislature to fix it. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Report: Lobbying in Albany a $100-million Business

Lobbyists once again broke a record for the amount of money spent to lobby the state legislature. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

State Lobbying Commission Suspends Civil Penalty Cases

A lawsuit brought by the Rap impresario Russell Simmons has temporarily derailed enforcement of New York State's lobbying law. The State Commission on Lobbying has delayed imposing fines on dozens of lobby firms that the commission believes are guilty of breaking the law. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

In Albany Everything and Nothing Changes

Lobbyists at the Capitol are approaching their jobs in a new way since September 11, but many advocacy groups have found that the same issues that they were working on before the terrorist attacks still remain. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

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