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Agency for International Development
American Legislative Exchange Council (Entitiy through which PM launders favors and donations)
American Petroleum Institute
American Tort Reform Association (Manufacturers for tort reform)
Association funded by manufacturers which tries to change in American laws to benefit product manufacturers in lawsuits involving their products.
American University
Armstrong World Industries
Bechtel
Buchanan Ingersoll
Catholic University of America
Council of State Governments
Distilled Spirits Council of the United States
Dow Chemical Co. (Marketed Nicoderm patch)
Dow Chemical is a 72% owner of its Marion Merrell Dow Inc. unit in 1994 (WSJ 7/29/94). Marion Merrell Dow markets Nicoderm brand nicotine patch, used to help people stop smoking (Reuters 5/9/94).
Dow Corning
Global silicone supplier provides silicone products, technology, expertise, and services for a wide variety of applications and industries.
Exxon
General Counsel
General Electric Company (appliance company)
General Mills
General Motors Corporation
George Washington University
Honeywell
House of Representatives
Lewis and Clark College
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips
Mobil Oil
Monsanto
National Conference of State Legislatures (Group representing state legislators nationwide)
National Food Processors Association
National Governors Association
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Ohio State University
Pace University
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. (Cigarette manufacturer (Camel, Winston, Doral))
Cigarette manufacturer (Camel, Winston, Doral)
Rent-A-Center Inc.
RJR Nabisco Inc. (Delaware corporation, subsidiary of RJR Nabisco Holdings)
Subsidiary of RJR Nabisco Holdings Corp.
Senate
Syracuse University
Toyota
U.S. Department of Justice
University of Connecticut
University of Richmond
Washington College
Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice (Law firm)
Named Person
Behm, Michael J.
Conder, Jim
Couch, Linda M.
Cromer, William E.
Finefrock, Jerome
Grissom, Dan
Hagan, Carl
Korst, Christopher
Mccarthy, Sally A.
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick
Swett, Dick
Will, Samuel B.
Date Loaded
18 Jul 2005
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"Because of early and accurate information provided by Stateside, we were able to get ~nvoDed with an important code revision in a locality. The LocaI Monitoring Service strengthens our ability to stay ahead of changing laws and regulations at the city, county, township and regional district leveL" Carl Hagan, Manager Environmental Regulations and Compliance Mobil Oil "The Legislative Update is the standard against which I judge all the other information I receive." Jim Conder Dow Chemical U.S.A. Statetink® StateLink is the one Stateside asset our clients rarely see. StateLink was developed exclusively for Stateside Associates. Customized software manages a one-of-a- kind database linking our thousands of key contacts and issue monitoring reports. Stateside Associates uses StateLink to update issue reports, identify potential coalition members, tag priority issues for clients, identify issue experts, profile contract lobbyists, develop lists for direct mail and grassroots programs and more. Stateside Associates also assists clients in establishing their own computer-based information management systems for state government relations. Services in Brief State Government Relations Counseling Strategic Planning State Lobbying Services Coalition Building Grassroots Support Executive Training Legislative Monitoring Regulatory ForecastingTM Local Government Monitoring State of the States Reports Representative Clients _A~noco Dow Chemical U.S.A. Dow Corning General Electric General Motors Electric Vehicles Mobil Oil Monsanto Nestle, U.S.A. Pennzoil Rent-A-Center RJR Nabisco Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. American Tort Reform Association Associated Credit Bureaus National Association of Realtors® National Food Processors Association TI16440604
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Stateside Associates 2300 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 407 Arlington, Virginia 22201 (703) 525-7466 Fax: (703) 525-7057 7408 Rio Mondego Drive Sacramento, California 95831 (916) 391-4871 Fax: (916) 391-1272 T116440605
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Local Govermnent Services The newest member of the Stateside~* family is the Local Government Services (LGS) division acquired in May, 1994. Based in Sacramento, California, LGS is the only service tracking local legislation and regulations of 1,500 California cities and counties. All public hearing and meeting information about issues of concern is verified and transmitted to clients via fax or telephone. LGS has been providing these unique services to corporate and association clients since 1986. Local Government Services A division of Stateside Associates, inc. 770 L Street, Suite 960 Sacramento, California 95814 (916) 442-6451 Fax: (916) 441-4925 For more information about Stateside Associates or Local Government Services, please contact the Arlington, Virginia office. TI 16440606
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. * * * . * * * * * For More lnformation • , , . , , • , • Complete both sides of this card and return it to: NAME Stateside Associates, 2300 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 407, Arlington, Virginia 22201 or Fax to (703) 525-7057 Please contact me to discuss our government relations needs. Please send me more information about Stateside Associates. TITLE ORGANIZATION ADDRESS PHONE FAX (over)
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* * * * * * * * * * ForMorelnfornmtion * • * * * . * * * Complete both sides of this card and return it to: Stateside Associates, 2300 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 407, Arlington, Virginia 22201 or Fax to (703) 525-7057 I am interested in the following areas: [] State Legislative Issues [] State Regulatory Issues [] State Procurement Issues [] Local Government Issues I am interested in the following services: [] Coalitions [] Lobbying [] Strategic Planning [] Liaison with Public Policy Organizations (over) [] Issue Trends and Forecast Reports [] Monitoring [] Marketing Support [] Grassroots Support
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STATESIDE ASSOCIATES Representative Clients American Tort Reform Association Amoco Corporation Associated Credit Bureaus Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers Association of Progressive Rental Organizations BP America Dow Coming Corporation Exxon Company, U.S.A. GenCorp General Electric Company GE Capital Corporation GM Electric Vehicles GM Service Parts Operations International Council of Shopping Centers Mobil Oil Corporation Monsanto Company National Electrical Manufacturers Association National Food Processors Association Nationwide Insurance Companies Pennzoil Company Rent-A-Center, Inc. Steel Recycling Institute Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. The Working Group (coalition) Amoco Corporation Armstrong World Industries Distilled Spirits Council of the United States Dow Chemical. USA General Electric Company Honeywell, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals 3M R JR Nabisco Saint-Gobain Corporation Joseph E. Seagram & Sons STATESIDE ASSOCIATES 2300 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 407 Arlington, Virginia 22201 (703)525-7466- Fax: (703)525-7057 T116440609
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STATESIDE ASSOCIATES Officers and Associates Corlstance Campanelia is President and CEO of Stateside Associates. A veteran of over 16 years of state and federal issue management experience, Ms. Campanella has managed Stateside's growth into one of the leading state issue management firms in the country. She is a frequent lecturer about emerging state issues and current trends in issues management and consults with clients regarding strategic problem-solving, crisis management, legislative and regulatory issue campaigns, grassroots program development and lobbyist management. Prior to establishing Stateside Associates in 1988, Ms. Campanella served as Executive Director of the American Legislative Exchange Council from 1985-1988. She earlier worked as Special Assistant to the U.S. Deputy SecretaTT of Transportation, as Chief Legislative Assistant to a Member of Congress and as Intergovernmenta] Affairs Officer of a federal agency. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Washington Area State Relations Group. Marlill F. Collnor, ESQ. is Chairman of Stateside Associates, of which he has been a Principal since 1989. Mr. Connor concentrates on issue and coalition management, having managed business coalitions dealing with consumer protection, employment, environmental, health, safety and trade issues. I[e currently manages the American Tort Reform Association, a coalition of approximately 400 companies, trade associations and professional societies working to reform the civil justice system through state legislation and public education. M r. Connor practiced law in Cincinnati, Ohio, before joining General Electric Company as counsel to its aircraft engine business. He became GE's Public Affairs Counsel, at its Fairfield, Connecticut headquarters, in 1977 and its Washington Counsel in 1980. Samuel B. Will, Ill, Esq. is Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Stateside Associates. A Principal of the firm since 1989, Mr. WiLt consults with clients about a broad range of state legislative and regulator}, issues, with emphasis on civil justice reform and coalition management. Mr. WiLt has practiced law for 30 years, beginning in Richmond, Virginia and moving on to Brussels and London where he worked for ten years as counsel to an affiliate of Bechtel Engineering and as [".uropean Counsel and Director of Finance for General Mills Europe. He then returned to the United States to become General Counsel of R.l. Reynolds International operations. Hc was later elected Vice President and General Counsel of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company and then Vice President, Special Counsel of RJR Nabisco. He joined the North Carolina law firm of Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice in 1989 where he was a partner tbr four years before leaving to devote full time to Stateside Associates. During the last ten years Mr. WiLt has concentrated on state legislative matters, including the organization and management of coalitions working to restore balance in the civil justice system and addressing anti-product, environmental initiatives. l/I/llliam G. Can~bell, [~tl. is a Principal of the firm and serves as its Treasurer. He is a senior partner in the Wilmington, Delaware law firm of Bayard, Handelman and Murdoch. A legal and legislative management specialist, Mr. Campbell is an expert in insurance and workers compensation issue& T116440610
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AIily B. F~lll/ffler is Vice President and a Corporate Officer of Stateside Associates. Ms. Fattlkner began her state policy career as an assistant to the Speaker of the Idaho House of Representatives. She then worked for the American Legislative Exchange Council in several positions, including as Staff Director for two Task Forces and as Meeting Coordinator for the 1987 Annual Meeting. Ms. Faulkner later worked for the Idaho Department of Employment as a Consultant and in an administrative capacity with a Pennsylvania manufacturing firm. Since joining Stateside Associates in 1989, Ms. Faulkner has had primary responsibility for development and management of the Information Services Division, which provides the Legislative Monitoring, Regulatory Forecastings~l and Localities Monitoring services. Ms. Faulkner also coqsults with clients about various Issue Management programs. She has developed strategic plans for client liaison with state official organizations like the National Conference of State Legislatures and managed educational campaigns with NCSL and similar organizations regarding alternatively-fueled vehicles, rental-purchase and other client issues. Michael J. Behm came to Stateside Associates from the State Governmental Affairs Council (SGAC), where he helped plan annual conferences tbr state government relations professionals. Prior to his experience with SGAC, Mr. Behm was a Field Coordinator tbr a grassroots lobbying firm. Mr. Behm gained hands-on legislative experience in positions with both the Ohio House of Representatives and the U.S. House of Representatives. Mr. Behm began his Stateside~career in 1990, providing Legislative Monitoring for clients, tie was responsible for the initial development of Stateside's proprietary Regulatory ForecastingsM service. Due to the growth of the service, Mr. Behm assisted in the restructuring of the Information Services division in 1993 and moved to the Regulatory ForecastingsM team. In 1993, he was promoted to the position of Director, Regulatory Information Services. In addition t6 providing Regulatory ForecastingsM, Mr. Behm has managed several special regulatory projects on behalf of Stateside"':clients. In 1993, he organized a seminar for state legislators regarding federal clean air mandates. He has also prepared a 30-state regulatory comparison of a client's product and its competitors. Mr. Behm has been invited to lecture about various state regulatory issues and to serve on state advisory boards. He was selected as a judge for the 1993 National Environmental Negotiations Competition at the University of Richmond. Mallhew J, Krcelic came to Stateside Associates from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives where he worked as a Legislative Assistant to the Chairman of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee. Mr. Krcelic's responsibilities included briefing the Democratic Caucus on agricultural legislation and serving as the Chairman's Research Analyst for Committee issues. Prior to being selected for his current position, Manager, Legislative Information Services, Mr. Krcelic provided Legislative Monitoring and Regulatory ForecastingTM services to Stateside~ clients while managing several special projects. Mr. Krcelic is the Project Director for The Working Group, an industry coalition created to address state initiatives that would restrict products. Mr. Krcelic has been a featured speaker at state trade association meetings and has coordinated a coalition to counter attacks on the use of green glass in packaging. He is also responsible for managing client liaison programs with the Council of State Governments. TI16440611
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Associates Mark D. Andersnu, Esq. received his J.D. from The National Law Center of The George Washington University with a concentration in environmental law. He is a member of the Virginia Bar. Prior to joining Stateside Associates, Mr. Anderson worked in the Environmental Enforcement Section of the U.S. Department of Justice. In that capacity, he researched and wrote memoranda and trial briefs for cases involving several federal environmental statutes, including RCRA, CERCLA and the Clean Air Act. Mr. Anderson has also served in a legislative capacity on the staff of New Hampshire Congressman Dick Swett. As a member of Stateside's Regulatory Forecastings~ team, Mr. Anderson informs Stateside~ clients about emerging regulatory activity for a broad spectrum of environmental, health and safety issues. Mr. Anderson has managed several state regulatory trends projects for Stateside® clients, including a 50-state assessment of voluntary site remediation programs and a comparison of waste generator requirements. I~ic01e M. Ai~stin served as the Research Analyst to the Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus (PLBC) in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Her responsibilities included drafting legislation, coordinating legal support for legislative projects and working with the National Conference of State Legislatures and Council of State Governments. Prior to this, she worked as an Intern for the Pennsylvania Chemical Industry Council and served as a Law Clerk on a special project for the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers Association. She also served consecutively as an Intern and Summer Associate for Buchanan Ingersoll, P.C. Ms. Austin provides Legislative Monitoring to Stateside%lients. Mary M. Bachkosky, Esq. received her J.D. from The American University, Washington College of Law and is a member of the Maryland Bar. Prior to joining Stateside~, Ms. Bachkosky was a law clerk at the American Petroleum Institute, where she researched and drafted memoranda regarding federal environmental issues, including CERCLA, RCRA, OSHA, NEPA, TSCA and the Clean Air Act. She also prepared reports regarding state environmental issues. Ms. Bachkosky has also held positions as a Legal Assistant with a Washington, D.C. law firm and as a Research Assistant at the Washington College of I.aw. Ms. Bachkosky provides Regulatory Forecasting~* to Stateside®clients. Br|an R. Besanceney gained state legislative experience working for a member of the Ohio House of Representatives and as an assistant to the President of The Ohio State University, where he was responsible for monitoring legislation affecting the University. Mr. Besanceney also served as an intern to the U.S. Agency for International Development and as a consultant to the International Science and Technolog3, Institute. Mr. Besanceney provides Legislative Monitoring to Stateside* clients. Linda M. Couch worked as a Research Fellow in the Office of Legislative Research for the Connecticut General Assembly. In this capacity, she provided research and analysis for legislators regarding a wide range of issues under consideration by the legislature. Ms. Couch holds a Master's degree in Public Administration from the University of Connecticut where she worked as a teaching assistant. Ms. Couch provides Legislative Monitoring to Stateside*clients. T116440612
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M~C0 A. ~alllb~rardi~o came to Stateside Associates from the New York State Senate, where he worked as a Legislative Assistant monitoring congressional activity in the Senate's Washington, D.C. office. Earlier, he served as an intern in the district office of a N.Y. State Senator and gained political experience working on a number of successful county and state campaigns. Mr. Giamberardino holds a Master's degree in Public Administration from The George Washington University School of Business and Public Management with a concentration in the management of state and local governments. Mr. Giamberardino provides Legislative Monitoring to Stateside®clients. $1~a~ J. Kus|sk, ~q. received her J.D. from Pace University School of Law with a concentration in environmental law. She is a member of the Massachusetts Bar. Prior to joining Stateside Associates, Ms. Kusiak worked in the Environmental Defense Section of the U.S. Department of Justice where she assisted in the litigation of Clean Water Act and CERCLA enforcement actions. Ms. Kusiak also worked for the Natural Resources Defense Council where she litigated RCRA and Clean Water Act citizen enforcement actions. In addition, Ms. Kusiak clerked for the law firm of Manatt, Phelps, Phillips & Kantor. Ms Kusiak provides Regulatory Forecastings~ to Stateside~ clients. Sally A. McCarthy served as a legislative aide to the Maryland House of Delegates and as an intern for two Members of Congress. She has been a member of the Information Services Division of Stateside Associates since 1992, where she first managed the final editing, preparation and distribution of client reports. She was promoted to her current position as a legislative Associate in 1993. Ms. McCarthy provides Legislative Monitoring to Stateside®clients. Abigail D, MeHin, Esq. received her I.D. from The National Law Center of The George Washington University. She is a member of the Maryland Bar. Prior to joining Stateside Associates, Ms. Mellin served on the staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee, where she was a Research Assistant for a Member of Congress. She previously worked as Program Coordinator for the Fund for American Studies and as a Research Assistant for the Congressional Sunbelt Caucus. A Houston native, Ms. Mellin earned state legislative experience on the staff of a Texas State Senator. Ms. Mellin provides Legislative Monitoring to Stateside®clients. Cllgi~llla W. 0tl, r~i. received her I.D. from the College of Law at Syracuse University. She is a member of the New York Bar. Before joining Stateside Associates, Ms. Ott was an intern with Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York, where she focused on NAFTA and medical legislation. Ms. Oft has also held positions as a Law Clerk for a private attorney from New York, Student Attorney for the Public Interest Law Clinic at Syracuse University and Assistant Clerk for the Ellery Town Court in New York, where she assisted the Town Justice. Ms. Ott manages special projects for Stateside®clients. T116440613

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