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"… l, some as recently as 2014. Those lawmakers are Sens. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, John Cornyn of Texas, Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Lindsey Graham of South Carol …"

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"… ollege, he was stripping paint over a tank in a business near Chattanooga, Tennessee, when co-workers left the room to eat lunch. When they returned 35 mi …"

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"… ah River Site in South Carolina, and the Y-12 National Security Complex in Tennessee. The recent settlement “demonstrates that the Justice Department will w …"

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"… was regulatory affairs director for United Healthcare in Arkansas and Tennessee. The company declined to comment but has said it did not discuss emp …"

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"… he report found that the EPA’s decision to allow coal ash from a massive Tennessee spill to be dumped in a landfill in the predominantly black community of U …"

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"… companies created within the past year: Convention Services 2016, LLC, of Tennessee and Friends of the House 2016, LLC, of Virginia. Agents for the two compa …"

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"… Society’s Cancer Action Network, that led the fight against a measure in Tennessee aimed at reducing the number of babies born addicted to narcotics. And in …"

"… ies grassroots groups. Nonprofit advocacy groups led the countercharge in Tennessee in 2014 when Republican state Rep. Ryan Williams began work to stanch the …"

"… r they leave the hospital. More than 900 babies had been born addicted in Tennessee the year before, many of them hooked on the prescription opioids their mot …"

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"… ally Democratic counties, they have become very red and very angry.” In Tennessee, after a clothing factory outsourced jobs and operations to Mexico, a coun …"

"… though a majority of its voters remain registered Democrats. Clay County, Tennessee, which borders Kentucky, used to be home to four garment factories. Celina …"

"… vernight, unemployment spiked to nearly 30 percent as hundreds of northern Tennessee residents lost jobs. Racoe Inc., a military fabric cutting company, moved …"

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"… Office found that laws requiring specific kinds of voter ID in Kansas and Tennessee depressed voter turnout in those states in 2012, with African-Americans an …"

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"… ions. This week she looked at those suffering after a huge clean up BY the Tennessee Valley Authority. Grim reading. The Daily Beast partnered on publishing. H …"

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"… on viewers in the potential battleground states of Virginia, Colorado and Tennessee. Why to watch this group The group is a late-comer to what is shaping …"

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"… on’s 12-month stint as a backhoe operator at a massive coal-ash spill in Tennessee. Wilkinson was desperate for answers. Bearing a list of metals — arsenic …"

"… er following a dike failure that unleashed a billion gallons of ash from a Tennessee Valley Authority power plant. His vision grew dull, his head dizzy. Withi …"

"… says Gregory Button, a retired anthropology professor at the University of Tennessee who has studied environmental calamities. He interviewed dozens of residen …"

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"… developer Geoffrey Palmer. Another real estate developer, Rick Carlton of Tennessee, ponied up $10,000 to the super PAC. Among the other notable donors to Re …"

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"… d is not over yet. After a disastrous, billion-gallon spill of coal ash in Tennessee in late 2008, the EPA pledged to regulate this industrial waste. It then s …"

"… h arsenic, mercury and lead, resulting in a $4,000 state fine. In Camden, Tennessee, coal ash used to fill a gravel quarry tainted two residential wells with …"

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"… inton super PAC Priorities USA Action is blanketing Florida, Nevada, Ohio, Tennessee and Virginia with TV ads, Kantar Media/CMAG data indicates. All of these s …"

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"… Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia and Wyoming. This story was co-published with TIME. …"

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"… Burl Hiles, owner of Burl’s Termite and Pest Control in Estill Springs, Tennessee, who gave Trump $2,700. Most campaigns rely on funds from contributors. …"

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"… Hanford Nuclear Site, uranium disposal at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, general cleanup of the highly plutonium contaminated grounds of Los Alamo …"

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"… . Louis and Pittsburgh last year, for example, and in a trial Ford lost in Tennessee. Judges have noted the infusion of controversy into a subject that for man …"

"… Egilman said. “That’s the real horror story here.” A Ford loss in Tennessee While the brake papers and the experts who write them have contributed to …"

"… e Stockton operated an auto repair shop 100 feet from his home in Jackson, Tennessee, for 30 years and specialized in brake jobs, often on Ford vehicles. He’ …"

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"… ily Beast. …"

"… onclude that nuclear secrets had been thrown away with lax security at the Tennessee plant for more than 20 years. In a letter dated Jan. 28, 2016, Frank Klot …"

"… staff on April 9, 2015, at the company’s corporate office in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Klotz forgave the $240,000 in proposed fines. The company had suffered e …"

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"… He held a series of trucking, sales and factory jobs in Ohio, Georgia and Tennessee after graduating from high school. He moved to Orlando in 2002, worked bri …"

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"… to create an independent ethics commission. Lawmakers in Pennsylvania and Tennessee have said their state report cards highlight the need for changes, while o …"

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"… xcess deaths at the Energy Department’s Y-12 weapons plant in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. A National Research Council committee, however, reported that prostate ca …"

"… typical of burden-of-proof difficulties they see. Chris Hayes, a lawyer in Tennessee who has represented nearly 1,000 claimants, said it’s harder to prevail …"

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"… at risk. Title lenders in four states alone — New Mexico, Missouri, Tennessee and Virginia — repossessed at least 92,000 cars in the past two years, a …"

"… mpaign cash in the last decade, five reform bills died this year alone. In Tennessee, more than two dozen similar measures have failed in the past five years. …"

"… egrity obtained records showing that in New Mexico, Missouri, Virginia and Tennessee lenders reported a total of 50,055 repossessions in 2013. The following ye …"

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"… public can tell: many of these bodies operate largely in secret. The Tennessee Ethics Commission, for example, rose in 2006 out of the ashes of an F …"

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"… rnment employees. In the Volunteer State, that amounts to a silver lining. …"

"… r lawmakers have neutered the reforms and created loopholes as wide as the Tennessee River. Political observers, moreover, say there are many ways to get arou …"

"… l Integrity, ranking the state 15th. The grade represent a drop from the C Tennessee received in the project’s first go-round in 2012, but the two scores are …"

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