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Former Lawmakers, Staffers Now Free to Lobby

January 8, 2015, The National Law Journal

Senator Jon Kyl is quoted in this article regarding his lobbying ban being lifted:

"Kyl, senior of counsel to Covington & Burling in Washington, said he is excited his cooling-off period is done, noting the difficulty he had talking with former colleagues on the Hill."

"It's a little troublesome because you can't have a normal relationship with a longtime friend," said Kyl, who spent 18 years in the Senate and eight years in the House. 

"Kyl said he is open to work at Covington that would require him to register as a lobbyist. But the former senator said he has helped clients understand tax reform and other issues before Congress for the past two years without needing to register."

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