Peter Overby As NPR's correspondent covering campaign finance and lobbying, Peter Overby totes around a business card that reads Power, Money & Influence Correspondent. Some of his lobbyist sources call it the best job title in Washington.
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Foster Friess introduces Rick Santorum at the 2012 CPAC Conference in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 10 wearing a sweater vest embroidered with the candidate's name. Ron Sachs/CNP DPA/Landov hide caption

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Koch Brothers Move To Control Cato Institute

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Sheldon Adelson speaks at the 2008 "Facing Tomorrow" Presidential Conference in Jerusalem. David Silverman/Getty Images hide caption

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The superPAC Campaign for Primary Accountability is taking aim at Alabama Republican Rep. Spencer Bachus and other congressional incumbents. YouTube hide caption

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Low-Profile SuperPAC Targets Powerful Incumbents

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney campaigns at a town hall meeting in Bexley, Ohio, last month. Romney won Ohio by less than 1 percent in Tuesday's primary. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney greets supporters at a town hall meeting at Taylor Winfield in Youngstown, Ohio, on Monday. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks at a town hall meeting at Eagle Manufacturing Corp. in Shelby Township, Mich., on Tuesday. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Bill Burton, shown during a news briefing at the White House in January, is now with pro-Obama superPAC Priorities USA Action. He says the superPAC is "careful to make sure that we are in compliance with the rules." J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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White House And SuperPAC: How Close Is Too Close?

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