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Super Bowl Audience Will See Stealth Lobbying Effort

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Super Bowl Audience Will See Stealth Lobbying Effort

Super Bowl Audience Will See Stealth Lobbying Effort

Super Bowl Audience Will See Stealth Lobbying Effort

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Sunday's Super Bowl festivities will include an exhibition of American power — and American lobbying. The Air Force is sending two new stealth fighters to fly over the game. The F-22 Raptors have been in development for years. But the Pentagon has been slashing its planned production because of the very high cost. Each plane has a price tag of $133 million.

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