SPOTLIGHT: Medical device industry ramping up lobbying budget

Given the amount of political change in the air, it's hardly surprising that the medical device industry spent a pretty penny--about $28 million--on lobbying last year. That's up from $26.5 million in 2006. Medical device firms have been ramping up spending since 2001, when they spent a comparatively paltry $12.3 million. Article

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