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Eastman Kodak Spent $300K Lobbying in 2Q
source: Forbes

WASHINGTON - Photography products maker Eastman Kodak Co. spent $300,000 in the second quarter to lobby on health care matters, environmental and other issues, according to a recent disclosure report.

The Rochester, N.Y.-based company also lobbied on legislation involving taxation, trade, workplace and patent issues, as well as recycling of electronic goods, according to the report filed July 16 with the House clerk's office.

Besides Congress, the company lobbied the Treasury Department, Environmental Protection Agency, White House Office of Management and Budget, and other agencies in the April-June period.