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Lawmakers In This Red State Are Cashing In On Government – And Don’t Have To Disclose It

April 15, 2018

Louisiana Legislators Are Earning Big Money From Government Agencies — But Don’t Have to Disclose It All by Rebekah Allen ProPublica This article was produced in partnership with The Advocate, which is a member of the ProPublica Local Reporting Network. When…

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Trump Has a Big Problem With His Former ‘Body Man’ Turned EPA Whistleblower

April 13, 2018

Trump Body Man Turned EPA Whistleblower Is Violating Ethics Rules, the Agency Says By Derek Kravitz and Alex Mierjeski ProPublica Kevin Chmielewski, the former Trump campaign “body man” who worked at both the Department of Homeland Security and the Environmental…

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BREAKING: Nunes Could Face Obstruction Charges, Says Former White House Counsel

January 31, 2018

If Trump is enjoying the glow of any positive coverage of his first State of the Union Address on Wednesday — and reviews were decidedly split — it will be short-lived. Is Devin Nunes obstructing justice? Facebook is throttling small…

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Alex Law Could Be The First Millennial Elected to Congress — And He’s Feeling The Bern

December 23, 2015

George E. Norcross III has never held political office, but his influence in politics in South New Jersey has been dominant the past two decades. Philly Mag called him “the man who destroyed democracy,” in a 2013 article. “Many elected…

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How Bernie Sanders Can Win The Democratic Nomination — Despite The Media Blackout

December 22, 2015

The Media Blackout on Bernie Sanders helps Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton’s supporters are likely thrilled by the media blackout — lack of exposure — that plagues Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign in the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries. And many believe it’s intentional.…

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