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“Georgians kept in the dark about many ad sponsors”

Issue One: This year, residents of Georgia’s 6th Congressional District were bombarded with a seemingly never-ending cascade of political advertisements. But figuring out who was really behind this $60 million spending spree is nothing short of a Herculean task. Our … Continue reading ?
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