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November 4, 2013 Investigative reports from the Center for Public Integrity and ABC News concluded that the program "helped coal companies thwart efforts by ailing mine workers to receive disability benefits."
February 13, 2013 Scientists who the agency deferred to when it delayed action related to the cancer risks of one chemical had previously worked on behalf of a company that used the chemical. But the EPA didn't know of the possible conflict of interest.
"Poisoned Places," an NPR/Center for Public Integrity investigation.
February 6, 2013 The Environmental Protection Agency's inspector general is looking at the records kept about allegedly chronic polluters and whether regulators have been doing enough to enforce environmental laws.
November 1, 2011 The Center for Public Integrity examines Generation Opportunity, a purportedly non-partisan, grassroots youth effort that turns out to be run by individuals with strong GOP links.
December 7, 2010 Earlier this year, an NPR investigation looked at how colleges and universities fail victims of sexual assault. Now a federal official says Washington, D.C., is doing more to address the problem. But advocates say it's still not enough.
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September 30, 2010 Two watchdog groups have crowdsourcing web tools to gather reports on campaign dirty tricks. The Center for Public Integrity and the Sunlight Foundation want citizens to report deceitful robocallls and other practices to their web sites.
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