King & Spalding lawyers earned $280,000 lobbying Congress on behalf of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee last year, helping secure about $17.1 million for infrastructure and other improvements for the 2002 Winter Games.

The Olympic revenue represents about a third of the $940,000 the firm earned lobbying the House and Senate in 1998, according to information from the Center for Responsive Politics, a D.C.-based nonpartisan research group that compiles lobbying disclosure reports.

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