Senior Political Reporter, Center for Public Integrity
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publicintegrity.org — Residents living along the chemical corridor of Texas and Louisiana often encounter 'upset' emissions -- triggering pollution, health fears.
soprweb.senate.gov — LOBBYING REGISTRATION Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 (Section 4) 1. Effective Date of Registration 2. House Identification Senate Identification REGISTRANT Organization/Lobbying Firm Self Employed Individual 4. Principal place of business (if different than line 3) 6. General description of registrant's business or activitiesCLIENT A Lobbying Firm is required to file a separate registration for each client.
huffingtonpost.com — Center for Public Integrity During its past four fiscal years, the Internal Revenue Service has formally denied the applications of just 60 organizations seeking recognition under Section 501(c)(4) of the U.S. tax code as "social welfare" groups.
facebook.com — 10 DEADLIEST US Twisters By The Associated Press Full Image A list of the 10 deadliest tornadoes in the United States since 1900: - 695 deaths. March...
buffalonews.com — The lead partner of architectural and design firm Carmina Wood Morris is putting his money - and home - where his heart is, moving from his home in Lancaster to a 160-year-old three-story building on the eastern edge of downtown Buffalo, a block from his firm's headquarters....
dealbook.nytimes.com — When Yahoo announced its headline-grabbing acquisition, it boasted that the deal gave it access to an "unduplicated" audience of users and that its target was a "popular personal publishing" platform. "Yahoo will be able to integrate and distribute a powerful set of state-of-the-art editing tools and content published through personal home pages in an array of services," the company declared.
apps.npr.org — Jared Angle/WAMU Overview Construction cranes can be seen throughout the district. Less visible are the symbiotic relationships between land developers and city officials awarding tax breaks and discounted land deals. Those government subsidies are meant to revive neighborhoods, and to create jobs and affordable housing.
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