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Bigger social media presence and more registry transparency needed: outgoing Lobbying Commish

Karen Shepherd tells The Lobbying Monitor in her exit interview about her term and what her Office needs for the future

News | SHRUTI SHEKAR
Published: Wednesday, 12/21/2016 11:45 am EST
Last Updated: Friday, 12/23/2016 10:07 am EST
Hill Times photo by Sam Garcia
Outgoing Lobbying Commissioner Karen Shepherd plans to take up new challenges and opportunities as she ends her term

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