Making the connection: Lobbyists represent diverse client base in navigating complicated legislative maze

Indiana's wineries faced potential ruin in early 2006. The U.S. Supreme Court had handed down a decision requiring states to treat in-state and out-ofstate wineries the same. That meant if Indiana wineries were allowed to continue to ship directly to Indiana consumers, out-of-state wineries would be entitled to the same access. Or the state could ban all direct shipments of wine to Hoosier consumers. That's exactly what wholesalers wanted. But that would have spelled disaster for Hoosier wineries. The wineries...

 

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