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Sawyer Miller Consulting
Press Relations firm which contracts to the tobacco industry.
1998 Oct 9: New York lawyer-lobbyist, Frank Fioramonti has a side business ghost-writing pro-tobacco articles as op-eds for the industry. Here he writes to Keith Teel (Covington & Burling) and Neal Cohen (APCO) the two principle lobbyists for tobacco on tort reform.
"I came across this turkey while checking the Internet tobacco sites [and] since the Tobacco Institute is leading the opposition charge, maybe they can find someone to submit this essay as an Op-Ed in the Californian media market."
Note the ccs to Lance Morgan, Sawyer Miller Consulting (Press relations) and to Ed Rippey (C&B Medicaid and tort reform lawyer-lobbyist)