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  • (This article is under review and being updated.) ...Research''' (NCPPR) conducts an array of operations to advance its policy and financial agenda.
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  • ...rican Enterprise Institute]]. PNAC's web site said it was "established in the spring of 1997" as "a non-profit, educational organization whose goal is to ...] [[Bush administration|administration]]. The Project was an initiative of the [[New Citizenship Project]] ([[501c3]]).
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  • ...(with co-author [[John Lott]]) Debacle: ''Obama’s War on Jobs and Growth and What We Can Do Now to Regain Our Future''.<ref>Norquist Info, [http://www.a ==Ties to the American Legislative Exchange Council==
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  • ...aintains strong ties with the London [[Institute of Economic Affairs]] and the [[Mont Pelerin Society]]. ...icy Network]], a web of right-wing “think tanks” in every state across the country.<ref>State Policy Network, [https://spn.org/directory/ Directory],
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  • ...of BP's energy production, making us the largest producer and supplier in the U.S.<ref>[http://www.bp.com/sectiongenericarticle.do?categoryId=3050046&con Access the BP's corporate rap sheet compiled and written by ''Good Jobs First'' [http://www.corp-research.org/BP here].
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  • ...cessed August 1, 2013</ref> CCA's revenue in 2013 was nearly $1.7 billion, and it had profits of $300 million, 100 percent of which came from taxpayers vi ...alf of all prisoners in state facilities were there for nonviolent crimes, and half of inmates in federal prisons were serving time for drug-related offen
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  • {{Infobox fix the debt ...to bank holding company, enabling it to qualify for a government bailout. The extensive network of top government officials who previously worked for Gol
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  • ...) promotes itself as an organization for [[traditional family values]]. As the little fish in their logo indicate, it is a [[fundamentalist]] Christian [[ ...w/general/default.aspx?oid=3796 "American Family Association"], People for the American Way, accessed March 7, 2008.</ref>
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  • ...ttlement Agreement]] between the companies, the Clinton Administration and the States Attorneys-General. ...determine how to eliminate the danger from tobacco." This became known as the 'Safe' or 'Safer Cigarette' program (until abandoned because it proved impo
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  • ...hs ended December 31, 2014, the company's total revenue was $5.14 billion, and its net income was a loss of $181.5 million.<ref name="201410K"/> '''PROFITS AND OWNERSHIP:''' CH2M Hill's net income for the 12 months ended December 31, 2014, was a loss of $181.5 million, while its
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  • ...s family of front groups, including the [[Employment Policies Institute]]. The domain name www.unionfacts.com was registered to [[Berman & Co.]] in May 20 ==News and Controversies==
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  • ...//www.bgrdc.com/approach.html Profile Approach] Accessed October 3, 2007 - the statement quoted is no longer on its current website, noted as of March 16, ...can members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation were invited to attend the D.C. fundraiser, along with Republican U.S. Senator Ron Johnson.<ref>David
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  • ...ac, Chevrolet, GM Daewoo, GMC, Holden, Hummer, Opel, Pontiac, Saab, Saturn and Vauxhall. ...January 5, 2014.</ref> GM was founded in 1908 and remains headquartered at the place of its establishment in Detroit, Michigan.
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  • ...served as president since 2000. Its offices are on Pennsylvania Avenue in the Capitol hill area of Washington, D.C. ...ns United Loses Bid to Conceal Donors from New York Attorney General ]," ''The Wall Street Journal'', July 28, 2015.</ref>
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  • ...loping ways to protect airplanes, ships and railways from [[terrorist]]s," the Associated Press's Leslie Miller [http://www.boston.com/news/nation/washing ...air cargo from infiltration by terrorists are two months late. A study on the cost of giving anti-terrorism training to federal law enforcement officers
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  • ...uses of nuclear energies and technologies in the United States and around the world." [http://www.nei.org/aboutnei/] ==Response to Obama's presidential win and policies==
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  • ...Eli Lillymarkets its products in 135 countries and is publicly traded on the [[New York Stock Exchange]].<ref>[http://www.hoovers.com/eli-lilly/--ID__10 ...overs.com/company/Eli_Lilly_and_Company/rfhfsi-1-1njea5.html Key Eli Lilly and Company Financials], ''Hoovers'', accessed April 2010</ref>
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  • '''Kent Jeffreys''' is director of environmental studies at the [[Competitive Enterprise Institute]] in Washington, D.C'' -- May 26, 1992, ...the [[Competitive Enterprise Institute]] Kent Jeffreys is identified with the [[Heritage Foundation]] in 1995. [http://www.SourceWatch.org/wiki.phtml?tit
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  • ..."Bob") Tollison''' is an professor or economics who worked extensively for the [[tobacco industry]], mainly in; ...ill-health and premature death caused by smoking was a financial burden on the society.
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  • ...present a lobbying powerhouse working against state minimum wage increases and paid sick leave for workers. The NRA has 53 state restaurant affiliates and operates a nonprofit arm, the [[National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation]], which had a tot
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