New NPR Funding Credit Raises Eyebrows NPR listeners are familiar with "funding credits" played during shows ("Support for NPR comes from…") In November, NPR began running an underwriting credit from the Department of Homeland Security's E-Verify program, which checks the legal status of new hires.
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New NPR Funding Credit Raises Eyebrows

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New NPR Funding Credit Raises Eyebrows

New NPR Funding Credit Raises Eyebrows

New NPR Funding Credit Raises Eyebrows

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NPR listeners are familiar with "funding credits" played during shows ("Support for NPR comes from…") In November, NPR began running an underwriting credit from the Department of Homeland Security's E-Verify program, which checks the legal status of new hires.

NPR's Ombudsman Alicia Shepard takes questions from listeners about whether NPR sponsors have any influence the network's programs and reporting.