While Wall Street is showing signs of coming down from its Internet high,Congress is just getting started on a high-tech trip of its own.

And if Congress is interested, that means that K Street is cashing in.Washington is seeing multiple telecom wars, including over whether to reopenthe Telecommunications Act of 1996. And seemingly every major lobbying firmin town has been enlisted in the fight. Among those in the trenches are atleast two former senators, three former members of the House, and a formerchief White House spokesman.

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