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Archer Daniels Midland manages to get its point of view across to lawmakers, despite no lobbying presence. Plus, Viacom picks up a Senate staffer working on digital TV legislation.
ADM’s Invisible Touch Archer Daniels Midland, the global agribusiness giant, claims that it has no lobbying presence in Washington. But somehow the corporation still manages to get its point of view across to lawmakers. • From Hill to Viacom A Senate staffer working on digital television legislation will leave to work for communications giant Viacom at the end of the month. • K Street Monitor Click through to the database of registrations filed by lobbyists with the secretary of the Senate and the clerk of the House.

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