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The Corruption Curve: Study of All 50 States Show Not Curve Breakers When It Comes To Transparency and Honesty

3 years agoNews : Jonathan Turley

A study by the Center for Public Integrity, Global Integrity and Public Radio International paints a rather dim picture of the state of transparency and honesty among the several states. Eight state governments received a failing F grade while no state received an A. Thus, in this class, getting a B tops you in the [...]
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