John A. O'Donnell

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John A. O'Donnell is a lobbyist with Xcel Energy, a U.S. power utility.

Climate change lobbying

Xcel Energy spent $2.42 million on its in-house lobbying work in 2008. A further $990,000 was spent in the first half of 2009.[1] Its sole registered lobbyist was O'Donnell.[2]

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  1. "Xcel Energy", Center for Public Integrity, accessed September 2009.
  2. "Xcel Energy", Center for Public Integrity, accessed September 2009.

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