Paul Magliocchetti is founder of the PMA Group.
On March 29, 2009, the New York Times reported that Magliocchetti, a "protégé of the powerful Representative John P. Murtha," had built "his lobbying firm into one of the 10 biggest in Washington. Now, however, Mr. Magliocchetti’s generosity is coming to an abrupt halt: his firm, the PMA Group, is closing its doors next week, after reports that federal prosecutors had recently raided his office and his home. And many on Capitol Hill, recalling the scandal that mushroomed around the lobbyist Jack Abramoff, are wondering who else will be ensnared in the investigation as prosecutors pore over the financial records and computer files of one of K Street’s most influential lobbyists, known both for the billions of dollars in earmarks he obtained for his clients and for his open hand toward those he sought to influence." 
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