On the Money Trail at Inauguration

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On the Money Trail at Inauguration
On The Money Trail Inauguration
On The Money Trail Inauguration
 On The Money Trail Inauguration
 On The Money Trail Inauguration
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Sen. Max Baucus, D-Montana., greets guests at the Big Sky party Sunday. In an interview with ABC News' Brian Ross on his way into the party, Baucus said he's seen a "big change" in the nation's capital with regard to influence from special interest groups and lobbyists, which Obama has vowed to get rid of. But the party had a long list of corporate sponsors, including Boeing, Merck and Hewlett-Packard. These corporate sponsorships, said Steve Ellis of Taxpayers for Common Sense, mean companies "want to stay on the good side" of Baucus, the chairman of the U.S. Senate finance committee, "because they know that he can affect their bottom lines very easily" through tax breaks and credits. (ABC)
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