Lobbyists are allowed to provide free food to Congress only if the morsels fit comfortably on a toothpick.
Lobbyists are allowed to provide free food to Congress only if the morsels fit comfortably on a toothpick. J. Kyle Keener / Detroit Free Press / MCT
Lobbyists are allowed to provide free food to Congress only if the morsels fit comfortably on a toothpick. J. Kyle Keener / Detroit Free Press / MCT

A stand-up routine for hungry lawmakers and lobbyists

January 15, 2008 6:00 AM

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