Planning for every contingency...By Bill Allison Jan 03 2008 8:56 p.m.
...is what can make crafting a distributed research project, like Teresa DeRoco used to work for Sen. George Allen. However, DeRoco no longer works for Tew Cardenas LLP. Page 13 of this lobbyist disclosure report filed in August 2007 by the National Association of Manufacturers lists a Teresa DeRoco Cupit; this wedding announcement seems to confirm it's the same Teresa DeRoco who worked in Sen. George Allen's office:
[DeRoco] served on the staff of Senator George Allen of Virginia and is currently employed by the National Association of Manufacturers in Washington, DC.
Sadly, the boxes we allow one to check don't include "verified but inaccurate." We'll get the right firm in there soon...
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