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Why Does The Mortgage-Interest Tax Deduction Still Exist?

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On The Million-Dollar Trail Of A Mystery SuperPAC Donor

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When Lobbyists Pay To Meet With Congressmen

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Why Lobbyists Dodge Calls From Congressmen

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Where Money Meets Power In Washington

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Senator By Day, Telemarketer By Night

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A Former Lobbyist Tells All

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Jack Abramoff On Lobbying

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Inside Washington's Money Machine

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