When Citicorp chairman and chief executive John S. Reed endorsed financial reform legislation this month, he was pledging the support of the nation's 10th-largest lobbying organization.

Citicorp spent $4.1 million on lobbying in the first half of 1997, ranking it No. 10 among the 106 organizations that spent more than $1 million on lobbying during that period, according to a study by the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics.

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