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Top Washington Lobbying Spenders

March 6, 1998

Thirty of the top lobbying spenders for the first half of 1997, from an Associated Press database of federal disclosure reports for the period:

American Medical Association, $8,560,000

Chamber of Commerce of the United States, $7,000,000

Philip Morris, $5,900,000

General Motors, $5,200,000

Edison Electric Institute, $5,000,000

Pfizer, $4,600,000

United Technologies, $4,160,000

General Electric, $4,120,000

AT&T, $4,120,000

Citicorp, $4,100,000

Christian Coalition, $4,040,000

National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, $4,020,000

Bell Atlantic, $3,960,000

American Association of Retired Persons, $3,680,000

Northrop Grumman, $3,594,197

Ford Motor Co., $3,478,000

American Hospital Association, $3,390,000

Texaco, $3,219,473

Ameritech, $3,200,000

IBM, $3,180,000

National Association of Realtors, $3,080,000

Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association, $3,060,000

Association of American Railroads, $3,050,000

Sprint, $3,040,000

Motorola, $3,008,000

GTE, $2,900,000

Boeing, $2,900,000

Seniors Coalition, $2,889,958

SBC, $2,840,000

Exxon, $2,720,000

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