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"… emacist group — skipped the 50th anniversary commemoration of the Selma, Alabama, civil rights march to attend the conference. The American Enterprise Ins …"

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"… reasonable contributions to as many people as we choose,” McCutcheon, an Alabama businessman, told FEC commissioners. The McCutcheon decision al …"

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"… y lending that led to abandoned homes, but a similar effort in Birmingham, Alabama, failed, according to Kathleen Engel, a law professor at Suffolk Universit …"

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"… alysis, done in 2002, relied primarily on an industry-funded University of Alabama-Birmingham study from the 1990s that tracked leukemia rates in workers. T …"

"… utadiene document, said it’s hard to tell which of the two University of Alabama studies is more accurate—but the discrepancies show the "murky" history …"

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"… rgy independence.” …"

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"… n 28 states, Republicans in 31 states and at least one independent in Alabama, the Center’s analysis shows. Where the company directs its political d …"

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"… ad sponsored by Jeremy Oden, a Republican candidate seeking re-election to Alabama’s Public Service Commission, promises that Oden will “fight Obama and …"

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"… for alleged predatory lending that led to abandoned homes, but Birmingham, Alabama’s lawsuit failed, according to Kathleen Engel, a law professor at Suffol …"

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"… d not be reached. The FBI received limited homicide data from Illinois and Alabama and none from Florida. That firearm suicides outnumbered firearm homicide …"

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"… and bombs in the nation’s aging nuclear arsenal. Sen. Jeff Sessions, an Alabama Republican, at a March 5 Senate Strategic Forces Subcommittee hearing …"

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"… e the mid-1990s. Drummond — a closely held company based in Birmingham, Alabama, with revenues that reached $3 billion last year—has helped Colombia bec …"

"… the backs of mules that were used to haul loads of coal from its mines in Alabama. Under the leadership of his son, Garry, the company expanded, securing a …"

"… tements under oath against Drummond. The decision of the appeals panel in Alabama’s 11th Circuit is pending; Collingsworth said he expects a ruling s …"

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"… a Democrat, is lucky he's not mulling a gubernatorial bid in, for example, Alabama. There, it's a felony for an office-seeker to "receive or spend, in a cam …"

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"… case.” The 11th Circuit, based in Atlanta, covers Florida, Georgia and Alabama. The appellate courts are second only to the U.S. Supreme Court in terms o …"

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"… eing no excuse.” William G. Ross, a Samford University law professor in Alabama who specializes in judicial ethics, said such failures undermine public co …"

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"… him from threats. William G. Ross, a Samford University law professor in Alabama who specializes in judicial ethics, said it’s not easy for the courts to …"

"… 11th Circuit Judge Robert Vance was killed by a mail bomb delivered to his Alabama home. The U.S. Marshals Service provides security for all federal judges, …"

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"… ear. While plausible, Dan Backer — the conservative attorney who helped Alabama businessman Shaun McCutcheon bring the campaign finance lawsuit that now b …"

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"… e the aquifer that feeds their drinking water. In southeastern states from Alabama to Virginia, residents fear a cluster of coal-powered plants will impact t …"

"… x states his group represents — Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Virginia and Tennessee — ranks high in terms of adverse health effects …"

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"… hallenges in South Dakota. Latino children are faring especially poorly in Alabama, Rhode Island and Nevada. West Virginia and Mississippi showed the worst r …"

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"… t the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University in Alabama. Billionaire industrialists David and Charles Koch may rank among the nat …"

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"… dam Wollner contributed to this report.     …"

"… Alabama Power, drugmaker Pfizer and insurer Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama helped fund the secretive “social welfare” nonprofit arm of the Alabam …"

"… labama helped fund the secretive “social welfare” nonprofit arm of the Alabama House Republican Caucus during 2012, the Center for Public Integrity has l …"

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"… eneral in the Justice Department’s civil division and a U.S. attorney in Alabama, the Justice Department describes how systematic this was — to the point …"

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"… financial disclosure requirements are left to state legislatures. An Alabama ethics official made a good point, using an old Center study to …"

"…  Birmingham News. Justices are required to fill out the same report. Alabama got 45.5 points. The standards were a bit tougher this time because the C …"

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"… lls in at least 34 states, with six other states actually passing laws — Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas — according to NCSL. S …"

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"… on v. FEC, named for its lead plaintiff Shaun McCutcheon. McCutcheon is an Alabama general contractor by trade and a Republican activist, who incidentally ex …"

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"… named for its lead plaintiff Shaun McCutcheon, a Republican activist from Alabama. McCutcheon's lawyers today argued that such limits, which are indexed to …"

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"… as brought by Shaun McCutcheon, a businessman and Republican activist from Alabama. The aggregate contribution limit to candidates — $48,600 for the 2013- …"

"… ted about $30,000 to Republican Party committees, including $20,000 to the Alabama Republican Party. He furthermore gave more than $300,000 to two super PAC …"

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"… y the Center for Public Integrity indicates. The revelation comes just as Alabama Republican activist Shaun McCutcheon and the Republican National Committee …"

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