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June 18, 2007 11:06 AM

Bogetich and company form new public affairs firm

By Shane Goldmacher -- Capitol Alert

There's a new public affairs firm in town. Political researcher Mark Bogetich is teaming up with Republican strategist Joe Schumate and a pair of "policy experts," Michael Kahoe and Lawrence Green in a company focusing on public affairs, initiative work and independent expenditure campaigns. The firm will be called

BGK Strategies LLC

, Bogetich said.

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