Tax season may be over for most, but in Congress, it never ends. That’s why Pennsylvania-based Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney brought in former House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Bill Thomas, R-Calif., and two aides on Wednesday to its growing roster of Washington political professionals.

“The core of Buchanan Ingersoll has always had a very active and successful tax practice,” says Ronald Platt, chairman of the firm’s government relations practice. Platt says the firm was looking for someone to bridge the gap between the tax practitioners and lobbying.

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