There was a time not long ago when Washington lobbyists considered thenation’s governors as poor relations from the provinces who were, at best,minor players on the capital scene.

Not any more. These days, the states’chief executives are recognized as keyplayers in shaping federal legislation. And industry advocates areincreasingly finding that in their search for partners to help make theircase to Congress or the White House, the governors are often their bestallies.

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