Grattan Institute finds policymaking process vulnerable to hijacking by vested interests at public’s expense

More than one in four federal ministers have gone on to work for a lobbyist firm, peak body or other special interest since 1990, a major new study has found.

The Grattan Institute released a report that investigated whether powerful interests were using lobbying, gifts, donations and special access to distort the democratic process.

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