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Filmmaker says lobbying firm tried to ‘thwart’ screening of documentary critical of Herbalife

The director of a documentary critical of Herbalife says a lobbying firm employed by the nutritional supplement company, Heather Podesta + Partners, tried to keep a Washington audience away from a screening. Ted Braun, the writer and director of “Betting On Zero,” says 10 people who work for Podesta’s firm purchased 173 tickets — roughly half […]
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