Anadarko Petroleum Corporation's Number of Lobbyists Over Time
. As of October 20, 2016; refreshed quarterly.
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As of October 20, 2016; refreshed quarterly.
The Secretary of the Senate is required to make all documents filed under the Lobbying Disclosure Act, as amended, available to the public over the Internet.
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