Bloomberg: Apple Steps Up Lobbying in Washington Amid Push Into Health Apps

It’s part of a broader push by CEO Tim Cook to make the company more open while laying the groundwork for new products that attract government scrutiny.

“They’ve learned what others before them have learned -- that Washington can have a great effect on their business,” said Larry Noble, senior counsel at the Campaign Legal Center, a Washington-based non-profit that scrutinizes money in politics.

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