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Former Rep. Allen Boyd joins DC lobby firm

Former Rep. Allen Boyd, who lost to Republican Steve Southerland in November after 7 terms, is joining Twenty-First Century Group, a DC-based government affairs firm.

Boyd will now serve as a Senior Advisor to Twenty-First Century Group, "where he will offer strategic advice and planning to the firm’s various clients.

Twenty-First Century Group founder and CEO Jack Fields served in the House of Representatives from 1981-1997.   

The firm represents telecommunications, transportation, and healthcare fields among others.


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Brad Fallon

His skills will still be put into a good use. He will make a good adviser on which the firm represents in the field of communication, healthcare among others.


dont buy anything from the companies he lobbys for.... Time Warner Cable will never see any more business from me.

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