increased its spending more than six-fold after the introduced legislation that would kill the company's plan to build a quarry near Temecula.
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Granite spent $138,000 on lobbyists from July to September, which was almost six times what it spent during the previous six months combined, the Press-Enterprise reported.
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The company's biggest expenses went to KP Public Affairs and Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP, which each got $40,000 in August, shortly after the tribe announced the legislation, according to the report.
The Pechanga Tribe also spent heavily on lobbyists. During the third quarter, it spent $103,000, it spent $63,000 in the second quarter and $122,000 earlier in the year.