The economy may be tanking, but 2009 was a fat year for state lobbyists, including lawyers who concentrate their practices in governmental affairs.

While the total number of registered lobbyists in New Jersey dropped slightly from 1,043 to 1,001, revenues increased by 2.3 percent, to $56.4 million, according to an Election Law Enforcement Commission report released earlier this month.

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