FMR Corp. paid lobbying firm OB-C Group $120,000 to lobby Congress on tax legislation and other economic issues, the Boston Globe reports, citing a form posted on the Senate’s online public records office.One of the OB-C executives who lobbied on Fidelity’s behalf was Robert Stevenson, communications director for former Sen. Bill Frist (R-Tenn.). 

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