Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) head Grover Norquist is one of the most powerful men in Washington. His anti-tax pledge has won over hundreds of elected officials, and he regularly gets meetings with powerbrokers in D.C.
But there’s one thing even he’s afraid of. And that’s answering questions about how his organization gets cash from Big Pharma while opposing drug reimportation and his past work lobbying for Fannie Mae.
My colleague Lee Fang and I approached Norquist at an event where Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) spoke recently about why he believes there should be little to …
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