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Pawlenty comfortable in new role as bank lobbyist

As a presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty sometimes took the nation's big banks to task. Now he works for them. Pawlenty tells Business Week his transition from public service to corporate lobbyist is going well. Although a campaign line urging the banking industry to get their snout out of the public trough has now become infamous.
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As a presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty sometimes took the nation's big banks to task. Now he works for them. Pawlenty tells Business Week his transition from public service to corporate lobbyist is going well. Although a campaign line urging the banking industry to get their snout out of the public trough has now become infamous.

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