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Politics and Cement Mix with Unintended Consequences

In 1990, lobbyists influenced a government decision to levy a tariff on Mexican cement. It's one example of how lobbying can affect the actions of federal agencies, sometimes with inadvertent costs.

Copyright 2005 NPR

Peter Overby has covered Washington power, money, and influence since a foresighted NPR editor created the beat in 1994.
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