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INVENTIVE – The days of backslapping at the Capital Grille are over,” says one lobbyist who had some influence in the crafting of the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package. As C. Ryan Barber reports, in an industry that places a premium on face time and access, the coronavirus crisis forced lobbyists to find new and, at times, creative ways to influence the relief bill. The in-person meeting, even with one’s own colleagues, was off the table.

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