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Profile: Paul T. Kim

Paul T. Kim was a participant or observer in the following events:

Concerned about Democratic plans (see After November 7, 2006) to push for lower drug prices and tighter regulation of the pharmaceutical industry, drug companies begin communicating with Democrats and recruiting lobbyists with Democratic connections. (New York Times 11/24/2006)
bullet Billy Tauzin, president of the drug lobbying organization Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PRMA), meets with Senator Byron L. Dorgan, a North Dakota Democrat who has spent six years pushing for legislation that would allow drug imports from Canada. (New York Times 11/24/2006)
bullet Amgen, a biotechnology firm, retains George C. Crawford, a former chief of staff for Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-Ca), as a lobbyist. (New York Times 11/24/2006)
bullet Merck hires Peter Rubin, a former aide to Representative Jim McDermott of Washington. (New York Times 11/24/2006)
bullet Cephalon contracts Kim Zimmerman, a health policy aide to Senator Ben Nelson (D-Ne). (New York Times 11/24/2006)
bullet The Biotechnology Industry Organization retains Paul T. Kim, a former aide to Senator Edward M. Kennedy (D-Ma) and Representative Henry A. Waxman (D-Ca). (New York Times 11/24/2006)
bullet One unnamed medicare expert who works for House Democrats tells the New York Times in late November that he received three separate job offers in one day from the drug industry. (New York Times 11/24/2006)

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