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The Chemical Industry Council is one of the largest chemical industry lobby groups in Washington.

It was founded in 1998 to lobby on behalf of chemical companies, as well as other industries.

It represents companies including DuPont, BASF, BASf, BASP, and DuPont’s own DuPont Pioneer.

It is the most influential lobby group in the United States.

It lobbies on behalf the chemical industry, chemical industries, and related industries.

Chemical Industry Corporation is the group’s lobbying arm.

It works to pass the industry’s agenda through Congress.

The Chemical Industries Association, also known as CIA, is the trade association representing the chemical industries.

Its lobbying arm is the chemical manufacturers lobby.

It also lobbies for other chemical industries on Capitol Hill.

The American Chemistry Council (ACCC), an umbrella group that includes the chemical manufactures, is responsible for the Chemical Industry Alliance.

The ACS represents chemical manufacturers and chemical companies in Washington and is the main lobbying arm for the chemical companies.

CCA’s lobbying operation is the largest lobbying organization in the world.

The chemical industry spent nearly $6.2 million in 2018, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

According to the nonpartisan Center for Public Integrity, it has spent nearly a half a billion dollars in lobbying in the last decade.

The Chemicals Alliance is the umbrella group for chemical manufacturers.

It’s the industry group for manufacturers of chemicals, chemicals, and chemicals related products.

Chemicals Manufacturers of Products (CMPP) is the lobbying arm of the Chemists’ Mutual Association (CMA).

It is responsible, in part, for lobbying Congress on behalf for chemical makers and chemical manufacturers, according the Center.

CMPP also lobbied on behalf at least three of the nation’s largest chemical manufacturers during the 2018 election cycle: Dow Chemical, BASFER, and Dow Chemical itself.

Dow Chemicals was a major player in Congress during the 2016 presidential election cycle.

Dow spent over $7 million lobbying in 2018.

BASFER spent over a half billion dollars lobbying in 2017.

BASF spent over two billion dollars.

DuPont Chemical Industries spent over four billion dollars during the 2017 election cycle, according a Congressional Research Service report.