Richard Briffault (Columbia): The Anxiety of Influence: The Evolving Regulation of Lobbying. Patrick Flavin (Baylor): Lobbying Regulations and Political Equality in the American States. Heidi Li Feldman (Georgetown): Toward an Ethics of Being Lobbied: Affirmative Obligations to Listen. John Hasnas (Georgetown): Lobbying and Self-Defense. Colin Bird (Virginia): Lobbying: The Question of Propaganda. Wentong Zheng (Florida): The Revolving Door. Ashley Bennington and Ginger Grant (Sheridan): Is Lobbying a Moral Choice, or Are Managers Simply Using Expectancy Theory? Tim LaPira (James Madison): Lobbying in the Shadows: How Private Interests Hide from Public Scrutiny, and Why that Matters. Does lobbying really help corporations? Rani Molla on a decade of Google lobbying. Lobbyists come right out and say: We'll starve
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