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01/24/2013

NOM lobbyists have *had it up to here* with the lobbied politicians that they heavily lobby

by Jeremy Hooper

Forget just knocking the duly elected state representatives for doing the job that voters sent them to do. NOM, an organization that has spent much time and money trying to shape Rhode Island politics, is now going after lobbying—the very thing that NOM was largely created to do:

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(h/t: Laurel Ramseyer)

It's like a Monopoly player attacking the Free Parking space for allowing the thimble to walk on it. NOM's the thimble (even if it acts more like a needle).

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