Environment Regulator’s Husband Listed as Lobbying Her Agency
A disclosure form lists the husband of the general counsel of the White House Council on Environmental Quality as lobbying his wife’s employer on the National Environmental Policy Act, the council’s top issue. But both the council and lobbying group deny any such lobbying happened. Kedric Payne, general counsel for the Campaign Legal Center, said it’s “extremely common” in Washington for a public official to be married to a lobbyist.
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