A large telephone company has hired lobbyists to try to persuade lawmakers to reduce governmental regulation over the telecommunications industry. What is the most likely reason the company would do this?
Generally, a lobbyist is employed by a public relations firm, trade organization, union or public interest group. [ Telephone companies may use such a group to assist them because while they want to fight to gain more financial ability in their industry they want to do so without harming their relationship with their clients ]
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