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Jon (not verified) 15 years 12 weeks ago
#1

corporate coopting of EFCA. Disingenuously attractive name "Committee for a Level Playing Field. Progressives don't name bills as attractively like SCHIP for child health care. EFCA an exception.

http://www.fsrn.org/audio/big-boxes-suggest-alternative-efca/4412

BillORightsMan (not verified) 15 years 12 weeks ago
#2

Back in 2002 or 2003 then Congressman Sanders called for an investigation into the IMF regarding the Brazil Bailout.
Q1: Did that investigation ever take place and if yes, what were the conclusions of that investigation?
Q2: Do you think the IMF should be investigated now?

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