"The people that you see are everything from office interns that are collecting testimony to people who've been lobbying for a long time," said Bill Vaughan, a health care lobbyist for Consumers Union, the nonprofit that publishes Consumer Reports magazine.
"[They] have friendships with various members of Congress or staff and hope to be seen. It's a reminder that their interests are at play," Vaughan said.
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