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USEC gets $100m after Obama nominates its lobbyist as Department of Energy CFO

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An energy firm that plans to file bankruptcy in weeks is being given more than $60 million in federal money for unclear purposes after President Obama tapped a former lobbyist for the company as the Department of Energy's chief financial officer--who is currently simultaneously employed by the DOE and at a lobbying firm that specializes in obtaining DOE grants. The money to U.S. Enrichment...

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