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Apple's lobbying costs grew to $1.24M in Q1, still lag well behind rivals

Partially in an effort to push its new Apple Pay mobile wallet service, Apple boosted its lobbying efforts to a new high in the first quarter of 2015, though the company's spending in Washington remains well behind rivals Google, Microsoft and others.
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