Eastman Kodak spends $175,000 to lobby in 2Q
Eastman Kodak Co. spent $175,000 in the second quarter lobbying the federal government on issues such as clean energy, the mineral trade and other issues, according to a recent disclosure form.
That's less than the $220,000 the company spent in the year-ago period, and the $435,000 it spent on lobbying in the first quarter.
The photography pioneer also lobbied the federal government on issues including data privacy, copyrights, Wall Street reform, health care and other matters, according to a report filed on July 20.
Eastman Kodak lobbied Congress, the Department of Justice, the Environmental Protection Agency, among others in the April through June period, according to the report filed with the House clerk's office.