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Role Name Type Last Updated Owned by (partial or full, past or present) Omnicom Group Organization Sep 26, 2007 Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Zocalo Group Organization Mar 29, 2010 Organization Executive (past or present) Rep. Susan Molinari Person Sep 26, 2007
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Jan 31, 2005 Law Cautions Against Outside PR Spending -- Sort Of: Rarely Applied Provision Has Been Interpreted in a Way That Condones Many Agency Public Relations Efforts
QUOTE: The outcry over the Education Department contract -- coming on the heels of the CMS flap and a similar violation involving prepackaged news reports at the Office of National Drug Control Policy -- has stoked interest in Congress for reviewing all federal agencies' PR efforts.
Washington Post Jan 08, 2005 Administration Paid Commentator: Education Dept. Used Williams to Promote 'No Child' Law
QUOTE: The Education Department paid commentator Armstrong Williams $241,000 to help promote President Bush's No Child Left Behind law on the air, an arrangement that Williams acknowledged yesterday involved "bad judgment" on his part.
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