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Teresa Jennings is the Senior Director & State Government Affairs Team Leader of Reed Elsevier, a London-based information service company that owns LexisNexis, among other subsidiaries. She registered as a lobbyist in Massachusetts in 2010 and in Minnesota in 1997.
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- ↑ Teresa Jennings, [www.maine.gov/legis/opla/judcommrevReedElsevier.pdf Letter to The Honorable Larry Bliss and The Honorable Charles Priest, Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary, Maine], October 8, 2009
- ↑ Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Lobbyist Public Search: Teresa Jennings, government lobbying database, accessed July 8, 2011
- ↑ Minnesota Campaign Finance Board, Lobbyist data for Teresa L Jennings, government lobbying database, accessed July 8, 2011
- ↑ American Legislative Exchange Council, Private Enterprise Board, organizational website, accessed July 7, 2011.
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