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Prosecutor, defense paint different pictures of Anderson

...Cornell's "boots-on-the-ground guy," Bottini said. Bobrick, who over 20 years developed expertise as a municipal lobbyist in Anchorage, held a lobbying contract with Cornell and was a friend of Anderson, Bottini said. The company had...
Ex-corrections official testifies in Anderson trial

...that he listened to a pitch from Bill Bobrick, a municipal lobbyist, soliciting Prewitt's consulting client, Cornell...heard through a third party that Bill Bobrick, a municipal lobbyist for Cornell, wanted to discuss steering Cornell...
CBJ looking for municipal lobbyists

The City and Borough of Juneau is looking for a state lobbyist ahead of the annual legislative session. Those interested in municipal lobbying for the CBJ are asked to mail a letter of interest, resume and fee expectations to City Manager Kim Kiefer.
Anchorage approves new city ethics rules

...City employees and elected officials can't register as lobbyists, unless the person is a union representative. Municipal lobbyists and their immediate family members cannot contribute money to, raise funds for, or serve on campaigns of municipal...
Anderson defense questions informant's motives

...with commerce, a charge connected to a demand for payments. He's accused of conspiring with Bobrick, a former municipal lobbyist in Anchorage, to solicit and obtain money for Anderson's influence as a lawmaker. According to prosecutors...
Closing arguments set for today in Anderson trial

...Anderson seemed to let the idea of its creation die. Federal prosecutors say Anderson conspired with Bill Bobrick, a municipal lobbyist for Cornell, to sell his influence in exchange for $12,828 in bribes from the company. Bobrick pleaded guilty...
Jury finds Anderson guilty

...informant working for Cornell who secretly recorded his conversations with Anderson and a co-conspirator, former municipal lobbyist Bill Bobrick. Anderson was one of four current or former Alaska state lawmakers facing federal bribery indictments...


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