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"… ews and the Center for Public Integrity. Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, wants federal health officials to tighten scrutiny of private Medicare Ad …"

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"… he Houston Texans NFL football team Agribusiness mogul Bruce Rastetter of Iowa Sugar baron Jose Fanjul of Florida Dallas banker Andy Beal Coal magnate …"

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"… ys, but also local roads. We used 2014 traffic data for every state except Iowa. Highway administration data wasn't available in 2014 for that state, so w …"

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"… onservative Republicans — such as Sens. Joni Ernst and Chuck Grassley of Iowa — as well as liberal darlings like Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and S …"

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"… liver so badly on collecting these overpayments,” Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, told Kaiser Health News in an email response to the findings. He said CM …"

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"… versees intellectual property and the internet, and Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, who was a member of that chamber’s Judiciary Committee and sat on the p …"

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"… s going to happen.” One of Congress’ hardliners, Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, didn’t sound happy with the softer tone. He told CNN that “among thes …"

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"… operatives, including Paul Tewes, who directed the Obama campaign’s 2008 Iowa caucus efforts. Money in The super PAC took in $34.3 million through Oct. …"

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"… n is also running TV ads to boost congressional candidates in three races: Iowa’s first House district and the New Hampshire and Pennsylvania Senate rac …"

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"… ing more than 5 percent in several battleground states including Colorado, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire and Ohio. Moreover, Johnson is already on pace to …"

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"… linton has aired more than five times as many TV ads as Team Trump in both Iowa and Nevada, according to Kantar Media/CMAG. In North Carolina, that ratio …"

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"… conduct exam to probe companies’ sales practices in five years. Even in Iowa, where insurance is one of the state’s leading industries, regulators we …"

"… atures, in many cases, relationships endure and interactions continue. In Iowa, where the law prohibits insurance commissioners from lobbying for two yea …"

"… information about how regulators were tackling insurance matters, both in Iowa and in meetings of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Vo …"

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"… t to “Deez Nuts,” the fake candidate created by a 15-year-old boy from Iowa who made national headlines when his support crested in an online poll. He …"

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"… o new ads. Both target residents of Florida and Ohio, as well as voters in Iowa, Nevada and North Carolina. The ads Priorities USA Action’s new spots …"

"… been spent on TV ads focused on voters in nine states: Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia. …"

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"… tates’ registration purges, including those in Ohio, Georgia, Kansas and Iowa, contending that black, Latino, poor, young and homeless voters have been …"

"… d homeless voters have been disproportionately purged. In Florida, Kansas, Iowa and Harris County, Texas, courts have ordered elections officials to resto …"

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"… the Rebuilding America Now super PAC.   Live in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania or Virginia? You're enduring t …"

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"… don’t need anybody’s money.” — from an interview in August 2015 in Iowa "I'm self-funding my own campaign. It's my money." — during a speech in …"

"… "I'm self-funding my own campaign. It's my money." — during a speech in Iowa on Feb. 1, 2016 “I don't believe I have been given any credit by the vo …"

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"… hen Tate and other members of Ron Paul’s campaign team allegedly paid an Iowa state legislator $73,000 to endorse Ron Paul for president, and then …"

"… advertising, with the group airing roughly 340 TV ads targeting voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, according to according to a Center for Public Integrity …"

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"… ck Scott. It also spent some money directly supporting Democrats, such as Iowa politician Bruce Braley, who benefited from about $780,000 in NextGen Clim …"

"… tion. NextGen Climate Action has offices in states such as New Hampshire, Iowa and California and has begun organizing on college campuses, too. Before e …"

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"… ho dropped out of the race after a disappointing third-place finish in the Iowa caucuses. These days, O’Malley continues to maintain a profile in his ho …"

"… campaigns, and in December, it gave $1,000 each to Sens. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa; Mike Lee, R-Utah; and Ron Wyden, D-Ore.; and Rep. Karen Bass, D-Calif. Bu …"

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"… d $1.2 million from an anti-Trump super PAC called Our Principles PAC. An Iowa-based nonprofit called the American Future Fund has also about $200,000 on …"

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"… t many conservatives’ top priority. As of Jan. 31, the day before the Iowa caucuses, which Trump narrowly lost to Cruz, just 6.5 percent of TV ads in …"

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"… d time. That time is reserved in August and beyond on TV stations in Ohio, Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and Colorado markets, an analysis of Federal Commun …"

"… $25,000 — benefited Jack Hatch, a Democrat then running for governor in Iowa, which conducted the presidential election’s first-in-the-nation caucus. …"

"… on caucus. Hatch lost, but he later endorsed Clinton, who narrowly won the Iowa caucus over rival Sanders. From its creation in early 2013 through Dec. 3 …"

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"… she said the possible $1 trillion price tag "doesn't make sense" during an Iowa campaign event last January. Asked, after the event, if she would oppose s …"

"… Sanders told a U.S. Student Association town meeting at the University of Iowa in February 2015. He added: "There is massive fraud going on in the defens …"

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"… PAC solely dedicated to discrediting Trump. Formed days before the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses, Our Principles PAC has spent about $4.4 million on ant …"

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"… es were published, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa,  has rebuked the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) fo …"

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"… Trump. This isn’t its first foray in doing so either. Since the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses, Our Principles PAC has spent nearly $4.2 million skewering Trump …"

"… onsor Our Principles PAC formed in mid-January — days before the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses. As a super PAC, Our Principles PAC has no limit on how much it …"

"… lude TV ads, digital ads and printed mailers. They’ve targeted voters in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina just before their respective caucuses an …"

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"… y clear who is spending where and why, even in these early days before the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries. Over the year the map will fill out and becom …"

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"… to produce a piece on why “nice” ads worked better than attack ads in Iowa. It also comes together in the superb ad-tracker by Chris Zuba-Skees. Mich …"

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"… ntorum's presidential campaign collectively owed vendors on the eve of the Iowa caucuses. These consultants, fundraisers and data workers in part have the …"

"… t cash Huckabee’s campaign had (or didn’t) the night before the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses, in which the Republican vowed to “finish first.” Huckabee fi …"

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