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"… Integrity, PPC, and the Stimson Center, a nonprofit policy study group in Washington, D.C. When respondents were asked in that survey what they would do with Obama …"

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"… m, Ballard Partners, contributed the maximum $5,000. He has since opened a Washington, D.C., office and registered to represent a long list of high-profile corporate …"

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"… ike they are homegrown rather than funded by national powerhouses based in Washington, D.C. Take Virginia, for example. In January, the RGA donated $5 million to A S …"

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"… st nonprofit investigative journalism organization that's headquartered in Washington, D.C. We have 27 years of experience covering the corridors of power in the nat …"

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"… ls’ influence on politics, albeit from her home in California instead of Washington, D.C. Her immediate plans include teaching at the University of California, Ber …"

"… And for all Trump’s talk of “draining the swamp” that he considers Washington, D.C., politics to be, he’s to date publicly ignored the FEC, which is congres …"

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"… nted by the actions of a candidate who pledged to “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C. “Trump isn’t carrying through with his campaign pledge to build a wal …"

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"… on takes shape, Center for Public Integrity reporters are shining light in Washington, D.C.’s darkest corridors to help reveal how the new president’s actions aff …"

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"… 1989, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan investigative news organization based in Washington, D.C. In recent years, the Center has won a variety of journalistic honors, incl …"

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"… d some have even supported charter schools that are part of a network from Washington, D.C., to California of roughly 160 taxpayer-funded schools run by friends of th …"

"… ustafa Akpinar, CEO of the Rumi Forum, a Gulen-movement nonprofit based in Washington, D.C. “We are confident in the rule of law in the United States and expect due …"

"… vernment to investigate the Gulen network, which has offices in London and Washington, D.C., has already filed formal complaints about charter schools in several stat …"

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"… l supporter of Republican President Donald Trump. Wurzelbacher traveled to Washington, D.C., for Trump’s inauguration, where the Center for Public Integrity caught …"

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"… rd Wood, Missouri, in 2010. Instead, he participated in field trips — to Washington, D.C., and an Amish village — meant to satisfy that requirement. Reached at H …"

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"… services agreement — aren’t financially responsible, said Eric Wang, a Washington, D.C.-based election lawyer at Wiley Rein LLP and former counsel to current Fede …"

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"… needed to secure tickets to an “elegant,” “candlelight dinner” in Washington, D.C., at which Donald and Melania Trump, as well as Vice President-elect Mike P …"

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"… nfluence — to state governments. The number of registered lobbyists in Washington, D.C., is on the decline but for every state lawmaker active between 2010 and 20 …"

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"… ew York Times that he and his brother will not attend the Jan. 21 event in Washington, D.C., despite promotional material originally promising their participation as …"

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"… g Day 2017” event — slated for Jan. 21, the day after inauguration, at Washington, D.C.’s Walter E. Washington Convention Center — receive a “private recept …"

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"… olitics, blasted "rigged" elections and vowed to "drain the swamp" that is Washington, D.C. But Trump has so far forsaken the very government agency Congress created …"

"… tractive prospects for other postings in what’s now Republican-dominated Washington, D.C. And, save for Ravel, all of the FEC commissioners’ six-year terms have …"

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"… ve director of the Center for Digital Democracy, a digital rights group in Washington, D.C. “This is a new political battleground here. In the initial start of the …"

"… pported research while a professor at George Mason University just outside Washington, D.C., is leading the team looking at the Federal Trade Commission, which overse …"

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"… ployers. Bruce Goldstein, president of the nonprofit Farmworker Justice in Washington, D.C. said, “I’m worried that the current undocumented workers will be pushe …"

"… shington Post reported that construction workers on Trump’s new hotel in Washington, D.C., admitted just last year that they were undocumented. Trump denied hiring …"

"… hool of Law. The Migration Policy Institute is a nonpartisan think tank in Washington, D.C. When it comes to immigration and accountability, Chishti said, “employe …"

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"… nd to requests for comment. Trump has promised to “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C. — an allusion to what he says is a capital city controlled by corrupt, s …"

"… one hand, Trump can argue that many of his top donors are not creatures of Washington, D.C., but rather, successful outsiders he trusts to reform the federal governme …"

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"… ed on a sour note after a dispute over money. Don McGahn is best known in Washington, D.C., for his time with the Federal Election Commission. Former FEC colleague E …"

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"… gned into law. It took an actual act of Congress to steer local judges in Washington, D.C., toward broader disclosure of potential conflicts of interest. The U …"

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