Shouldn't Congress exert influence over the drug companies, and not the other way around?
He would have to try to find some way to exert influence.
America would have to exert her influence in other ways, but it could be done.
She was not using the power, but sometimes even such willing could exert an influence.
It is possible he could exert a strong influence from a distance.
Under these conditions, interest groups can quite easily exert an influence and win their case.
For example, fields of color exert influence on each other.
For the first time it exerted an important influence on French political life.
This report does exert an influence, but we have to understand that the political responsibility of the future is our own.
So far he had not tried to exert his influence over the doctors who made the decisions.
Instead, it issued a more indirect challenge to the Mayor in an attempt to exert leverage.
Fortunately, their Fat Men's arms were capable of exerting powerful leverage.
Paul had the man around the neck and was trying to pull him backwards, but he had no way to exert leverage.
They exert leverage where their pressures can be most effective.
But it has refused to exert direct leverage for human rights.
We've already got her vote, and she can exert leverage on three other senators.
Opposing that view are those who believe that change inside China can exert greater leverage for reform than any diplomatic pressure.
But they could try to exert leverage through the annual bills providing money for Pentagon programs.
His proposal is significant because he exerts considerable leverage on military issues in Congress.
But, she said, the Republicans now have chance to exert leverage because the Democrats need their vote on the sales tax.