BP Gears Up to Win Over Washington and the Rest of Us BP Gears Up to Win Over Washington and the Rest of Us
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BP Gears Up to Win Over Washington and the Rest of Us
But, alas, then was then and now is now. These days Hayward and BP are preparing for new battles: They are determined to fight in Congress, in the courts, and on Google.
As sloppy as BP has been with little things like safety and disaster prep out in the real world, the company is one plugged-in player in the land of power and perception.
Read more about BP's lobbying efforts at Grist.