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  • [[Dennis Avery]] of the [[Hudson Institute]] is the source of a claim that organic food is more dangerous to eat than food prod ...ty microbe. He said his data came from Dr. Paul Mead, an epidemiologist at the CDC.
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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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  • The following are '''external articles''' related to '''[[Grover Norquist]]'''. ...for the ''[[American Spectator]]'', the [[American Enterprise Institute]] and other venues
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  • ..., [[Michael A. Peterson]], is the President and Chief Operating Officer of the foundation. ...articles.latimes.com/2012/oct/02/business/la-fi-hiltzik-20121003 Unmasking the most influential billionaire in U.S. politics], ''Los Angeles Times'', Octo
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  • ...ution, and other aspects of the industry. API is based in Washington, D.C. and has offices in 27 state capitals. [http://www.api.org] ...obby, spending around $7.3 million on lobbying each year in 2010 and 2009, and spending $6.3 million in 2011. <ref> American Petroleum Institute, [http://
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  • ...ush administration|administration]], the [[Republican National Committee]] and "their consultants." [http://www.cfinst.org/studies/ElectionAfterReform/pdf ...established in 2001 to support [[George W. Bush]]'s "agenda for America." The PFA Voter Fund, which was set up in 2004, raised $38 million in support of
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  • ...id H. Koch|David]] and [[Charles G. Koch|Charles]] [[Koch brothers|Koch]], the owners of [[Koch Industries]].<ref>Peter Overby, "[http://www.npr.org/templ ...d congressional Democrats," including $83 million on "communications, ads, and media."<ref>Michael Beckel, "[http://www.publicintegrity.org/2013/11/14/137
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  • ...[[voting machine]]s used in the United States, including all those used in Nebraska. ...stems Inc. (AIS), it merged with Business Records Corp. the following year and changed its name to ES&S.
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  • {{Infobox fix the debt ...2012.</ref> By acquiring [[Merrill Lynch]] in 2009, Bank of America became the world's largest brokerage firm.<ref>"[http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010
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  • ...r of Commerce, "[https://www.uschamber.com/about-us/about-us-chamber About the U.S. Chamber]," organizational website, accessed August 2015.</ref> ...olluting industries," according to [[James Carter]], executive director of the [[Green Chamber of Commerce]].<ref>Tom Lochner, [http://www.contracostatime
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  • ...c]., Hoovers, accessed December 2009.</ref> See also a complete listing of the company's prescription drugs [http://www.pfizer.com/products here]. ...</ref> Its CEO, [[Ian Read]], had an annual compensation of $23.28 million the same year.<ref>[http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?
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  • ...://www.startribune.com/opinion/commentary/116955813.html Will Wisconsin be the GOP's 'overreach' moment?], Editorial/commentary, Febuary 26, 2011.</ref> A ...sin_club_for_growth Wisconsin Club for Growth] entry for information about the group involved in Wisconsin's John Doe investigation
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  • ...f the Environmental Literacy Council, a group he founded in 1997. }}</ref> and was run from or next to Marshall Institute offices since its inception. ...10. (As of spring 2010 the ELC wasn't at the K St. address on its website, and its phone number has been disconnected. )</ref>
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  • ...omes from sources other than legislative dues, primarily from corporations and corporate foundations.<ref>{{cite web |publisher=Center for Media and Democracy
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  • ...-its-anti-union-crusade Who Is Behind the National Right to Work Committee and it Anti-Union Crusade?], PRWatch, June 3, 2014.</ref> NRTWC reported $11,07 ...izens’ organization,” a [[Center for Responsive Politics]] analysis on the National Right to Work Committee PAC shows that 100% of its political contr
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  • ...here with permission. As with all SourceWatch articles, feel free to edit and revise. ...efense lawyer and "a public relations consultant hired specifically to see the company through its California crisis," according to ''Wired'' reporter [[K
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  • ...'']]. To see a listing of coal waste sites in a particular state, click on the map: {{#ev:youtube|Vf5AFyE6cw0|300|right|60 Minutes on coal waste}}Coal mining and coal combustion in power plants produce several types of wastes:
    116 KB (16,598 words) - 23:06, 27 September 2017
  • ...ority." In effect, the "nuclear option" could be used to end any debate on the Senate floor. [http://www.changeforamerica.com/community/node/view/1919] ...s and rules of the U.S. Senate in order to be confirmed is unqualified for the bench." --[[Glenn Smith]], [[DriveDemocracy.org]], [http://www.drivedemoc
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  • ...tion drugs and medical supplies including Cordis and Ethicon. [[Centocor]] and [[McNeil Laboratories]] are pharmaceutical subsidiaries of J&J. ...Its CEO, [[William C. Weldon]], earned $28.7 million in total compensation the same year.<ref>[http://people.forbes.com/profile/william-c-weldon/46484 Wil
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  • ...untries, and defense and military research and development efforts through the [[Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency]]. ...he '''House [[Subcommittee on Emerging Threats, Cybersecurity, and Science and Technology]]'''''
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