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Steven Lane/The Columbian Occupy Vancouver supporters wave signs Thursday, as they do most weeks, at Mill Plain Boulevard and Fort Vancouver Way.
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#1 Sep 10, 2012
At the Mint Museum, a global art museum with a modern flair, top Democratic lobbyist Tony Podesta received a steady stream of guests -- senior Democratic senators, ranking members of the House, and the congressional staffers and insiders who play key roles in the legislative process.
"We're happy to entertain our friends and guests," said Podesta, whose clients include BP Oil, Wal-Mart and dozens of other corporations with major issues in Washington.
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