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Ex-Sen. Mary Landrieu Takes Energy Background to Van Ness Feldman

D.C. law and lobbying firm hires former Democratic senator from Louisiana.


Former Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-Louisiana, joins Washington-based law and lobby shop Van Ness Feldman as a senior policy adviser, the firm announced Tuesday. Landrieu will focus on energy, environmental matters and natural resources.

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  • laxman

    Very sad. Another Senator turns lobbyist.

  • Allen Irish

    Well, as it turns out, it‘s a good thing that she didn‘t actually own a home in Louisiana. I assume that her parents will let her crash in her old bedroom that she listed as her voting residence while she was representing Louisiana on the occasional future visits to the old home town.

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