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When lobbyists become regulators

President Bush has installed more than 100 top officials who were once lobbyists, attorneys or spokespeople for the industries they oversee, according to an article in the Denver Post.

In at least 20 cases, those former industry advocates have helped their agencies write, shape or push for policy shifts that benefit their former industries. They knew which changes to make because they had pushed for them as industry advocates.

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