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BP Keeps Low Profile Two Years Later

As one of the largest corporations in the world, BP has always had a healthy presence here, but its involvement with politicians mostly came to a screeching halt after the Deep Water Horizon exploded and oil began gushing. Whether it was due to politicians refusing to take the money (which actually did happen) or BP trying to keep a low profile, the British oil money did stop flowing into Washington -- faster, in fact, than the actual oil stopped flowing into the Gulf.
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