May 2012 — before losing his congressional seat, Republican Bob Dold introduces seven bills that if passed would have directly benefitted the Dow Chemical corporation by eliminating import duties for substances Dow Chemical uses in the United States but produces on the cheap overseas with
Roll Call shares the news that former congressman Bob Dold will be running to take back the seat he lost to Democrat Brad Schneider in 2012. As a member of Congress, Bob Dold specialized in the filing of bills that would suspend or eliminate fees
Kathryn Lehman started out in politics in the 1990s, working for the ethically-challenged Tom DeLay and Newt Gingrich. She has since discovered that there’s more money to be made working for corporations, so she’s traded in on her political contacts and now roams the halls of Congress working to influence American law on behalf of her corporate clients – including the Compressed Gas Association.