Bankrupt firm seeks OK to hire lobbyists despite debt

Taxpayers on hook for more than $70M

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In an affidavit filed in the bankruptcy case, Mr. Christensen, a lawyer who served two terms in Congress from Nebraska in the 1990s, said he represented the company as counsel. He also said Open Range requested him to continue to provide services during the bankruptcy case.

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