Government-industry revolving door: articles & commentary
The following are articles & commentary related to the main article government-industry revolving door.
- "The rBGH Scandals," Organic Consumers Association, undated.
- Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., "Crimes Against Nature," TomPaine.com.
- Jim Vandehei, "Bush Policies Ease Transition For Aides Into Lobbyist Jobs," Wall Street Journal, March 19, 2001.
- Elizabeth Shogren, "Bush Environment Jobs Are Skewed to Business," Los Angeles Times, June 24, 2001, p. A1.
- Joshua Green, "Ergonomic Enemy," American Prospect, vol. 12, no. 16, September 10, 2001.
- Eamon Javers, "Family ties that buy influence," Money Central MSN, August 8, 2003.
- Cheney's Halliburton ties remain," CBS News, September 26, 2003.
- "Behind the Curtain: George W. Bush's stealth assault on environmental rules is being carried out by a cadre of appointed bureaucrats with strong ties to the very industries they are now supposed to regulate" in "The UnGreening of America," Mother Jones, September/October 2003.
- Osha Gray Davidson, "Dirty Secrets: No president has gone after the nation's environmental laws with the same fury as George W. Bush -- and none has been so adept at staying under the radar," in "The UnGreening of America," Mother Jones, September/October 2003.
- Press Release: "Tom Scully Joins Alston & Bird," Alston & Bird, December 18, 2003.
- Amy Goldstein, "Administration Alters Rules on Ethics Waivers," Washington Post, January 14, 2004.
- "Halliburton tells Pentagon workers took kickbacks to award projects in Iraq," Dow Jones (Yahoo! News), January 23, 2004.
- Frank Ahrens, "Tauzin expected to leave house for trade group," Washington Post, January 24, 2004.
- Editorial: "PhRMA Follies," Washington Post, January 28, 2004.
- Gilbert Da Costa, "Nigeria to probe Halliburton allegations," Miami Herald, February 6, 2004.
- Susan Milligan and Maud S. Beelman, "Cheney aide now lobbyist on energy," The Boston Globe, April 25, 2004; viewed April 25, 2004.
- Mulkern, Anne C. "When Advocates Become Regulators: President Bush has installed more than 100 top officials who were once lobbyists, attorneys or spokespeople for the industries they oversee," Common Dreams, May 23, 2004. (Originally published in the Denver Post).
- Jim Hightower, "A Dirty Dozen," Utne Reader, June 2004.
- "Revolving door between the US Government and Industry," CPTech.org, June 2004.
- John Garnaut and Marian Wilkinson, "Plum jobs for US trade deal advisers," Sydney Morning Herald, July 27, 2004.
- Robert Pear, "Ex-Rep. Tauzin to be lobbyist for drug firms: High-paid job for chief writer of Medicare change raises questions", Seattle Post Intelligencer, December 16, 2004. (This is a syndicated New York Times article).
- Judy Sarasohn, "Tauzin to Head Drug Trade Group", Washington Post, December 16, 2004.
- Public Citizen, "Rep. Billy Tauzin Demonstrates That Washington's “Revolving Door” Is Spinning Out of Control: Public Citizen Calls for a Change in Ethics and Lobbying Rules", Media Release, December 15, 2004.
- "Journey From Congress to Lobbying Speeds Up for Ex-Lawmakers," Bloomberg News, February 28, 2005.
- "Lobbying From Within", New York Times, Editorial, June 17, 2005.
- "A Matter of Trust: How The Revolving Door Undermines Public Confidence In Government, and What To Do About It," Revolving Door Working Group, October 26, 2005.
- Michael Hawthorne, "EPA chief turns coal lobbyist: Mercury foe now represents a top polluter", Chicago Tribune, February 9, 2006. (Reports on Renee Cipriano, a former director of the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency going to work for the power company, Ameren.)
- Sandy Bergo, "The Rise of 'Revolving-Door' Consultants. Center identifies firms both advising politicians and lobbying them," Center for Public Integrity, December 21, 2006.
- Jeff Chester, "FCC Revolving Door for Well-Connected Media Biz 'Super Lawyers'," DemocraticMedia.org, March 27, 2007.