Brian Vanderbloemen

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Brian Vanderbloemen is an in-house lobbyist for Duke Energy.

In 2008 Duke Energy spent $5,090,598 on in-house lobbying costs, including on climate change related work and a further $1,282,770 to date in 2009.[1] (The other registered lobbyists working with Vanderbloemen were Beverly K. Marshall, John Haysbert and Toby Short.)

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  1. "Duke Energy", Center for Public Integrity, accessed July 2009.

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