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No. 7: Timothy A. Perry

Timothy Perry, a former top staffer for Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., billed $663,631.53, according to the state ethics commission. Perry represented the following clients: 1325 G Street Associates (hazardous materials, highway projects in Prince George's County); 2030 Group; AFSCME Maryland (public employees union); AT&T (wireless telecommunications); Baltimore Building & Construction Trades Council AFL-CIO; Baltimore Scrap Corp. (scrap metal); Century Engineering (engineering, adoption, state contracting); Commerce Energy; CVS/Caremark (pharmacies); Darden Restaurants (owner of Red Lobster, Olive Garden, Capital Grille); Election Systems & Software; Energy Answers International, Inc.; Exelon Corporation; First Energy Service Company; Genesis Power, LLC; Glaxo Smith Kline (pharmaceuticals); HelpMe911; Holy Cross Hospital of Silver Spring, Inc.; Honeywell (manufacturing, environmental issues); Interactive Travel Services Association; International Business Machines Corporation; Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association; Kaplan Higher Education; Maryland Bankers Association; Maryland Cigar Direct Ship Coalition (direct shipment of cigars); Maryland Energy Group (large energy consumers); Maryland Industrial Technology Alliance; Maryland Society of Accountants, Inc.; Maryland State Builders Association; Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen's Assoc.; Marylanders for Public Research Universities, Inc. (development of University of Maryland East campus); Mid-Atlantic Express, LLC; National Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc.; Pfizer Inc.; Procter & Gamble; Property Casualty Insurers Association of America; Property Owners Association of Maryland, Inc.; RAI Services Company (tobacco); Rent-A-Center, Inc.; Stevenson University; Toy Industry Association, Inc.; United Healthcare Services, Inc. (health insurance); Veolia Transportation André F. Chung, The Baltimore Sun
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