In today’s Washington, D.C., lobbyists are most likely to win influence or find success in Congress for groups they work for or represent by _________________.

In today’s Washington, D.C., lobbyists are most likely to win influence or find success in Congress for groups they work for or represent by _________________.
A) cornering members of Congress in hallways, and aggressively pushing for legislation or committee action
B) making backroom deals with members of Congress, sometimes for unreported sums of money
C) providing information about policies to busy members of Congress
D) wining and dining lawmakers, and taking them on luxurious tours of foreign countries


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