The corporations, both ALEC members, took a seat at the legislative drafting table beside elected officials and policy analysts by paying a fee between $3,000 and $10,000, according to documents obtained by Bloomberg News. Years ago some Japanese company was caught paying bribes to US Congressmen (between $10,000 and $50,000) The Japanese were astonished at how cheap it was to buy influence in Washington. It cost millions to do the same thing in Tokyo.There's nothing but a bunch of nickle and dime hos on Capital Hill.intercst
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