LightSquared hires former senator to lobby for network
from The Hill (blog)
Former Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minn., is lobbying for wireless venture LightSquared, according to disclosure forms. Coleman, who narrowly lost his 2008 bid for reelection against Democrat Al Franken, now works as a lobbyist at the firm Hogan Lovells. According to the disclosure forms, Coleman will lobby to "expand access to broadband technology by supporting efforts of LightSquared."
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