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Submission + - Copyright Lobbyist Set Up in Senate Rotunda (copyrightalliance.org)

esocid writes: While the Senate is preparing to debate the PROTECT IP bill, the Copyright Alliance, a lobbying group "educational display" in the Senate Russell Building Rotunda. One wonders if the Senate allows such other totally biased parties to set up exhibits like that during debate on other bills.

Directly from their website: "The exhibit is an opportunity to showcase for lawmakers and visitors to the U.S. Capitol Complex the importance of copyright to creators across America..."

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Copyright Lobbyist Set Up in Senate Rotunda

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