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In the Loop: Quinn Gillespie's Date With the Treasury

Richard Nixon, shown with Henry Kissinger in 1972, continues to have tape-related problems 15 years after his death.
Richard Nixon, shown with Henry Kissinger in 1972, continues to have tape-related problems 15 years after his death. (First Run Features Via Associated Press)

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By Al Kamen
Wednesday, July 22, 2009

So you can't get inside the government to see top officials and discuss the important issues of the day. But even though you can't darken the door of the White House -- and, with some exceptions, lobbyists are barred from working for the administration -- all is not lost.

Take this invitation we got from a Washington lobbying powerhouse.

From: Quinn Gillespie & Associates [mailto:receptionist@quinngillespie.com]

Sent: Thursday, July 16, 2009

Subject: You're Invited: QGA Breakfast with Fred Baldassaro, Department of the Treasury

Please join us on Tuesday, July 28th, as QGA welcomes Fred Baldassaro, senior advisor in the office of business and public liaison at the Department of the Treasury. Over breakfast at QGA's office, we will host an off-the-record opportunity to meet him and discuss the current financial landscape including how the new ethics rules work; the staffing situation at Treasury; and the legislative priorities of the department.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m.

Quinn Gillespie & Associates, 1133 Connecticut Avenue, NW; 5th Floor, Washington D.C.


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