Center for Public Integrity staff featured on national TV, radio

NPR, C-SPAN and CBC among networks highlighting recent work

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This month, Center for Public Integrity reporters and editors have been in high demand by television and radio networks who want their insight and expertise.

CEO John Dunbar spoke with "Full Measure" host Sharyl Attkisson about the Center for Public Integrity's fight with the federal government for public records.

Federal politics reporters Carrie Levine and Dave Levinthal offered their knowledge — about Donald Trump's money, Trump administration conflicts of interest, congressional action and lobbying — to C-SPAN and the CBC, among others.

And state politics reporter Mike Mishak detailed his recent investigation into Big Oil's grip on California to C-SPAN, as well.

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Levine also appeared this month on "1A," the new National Public Radio program, to discuss how lobbyists are more than surviving during the early days of the Trump administration.

She also spoke with KALW-FM 91.7 in San Francisco about big-money politics in the age of Trump.

Levinthal, meanwhile, appeared on SiriusXM Radio's "Morning Briefing" program to detail his report on how Congress may increase its scrutiny of the flagging Federal Election Commission. He also spoke with WBEN-AM 930 in Buffalo about the latest Trump- and Supreme Court-related congressional hearings on Capitol Hill.

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