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In a time of despair, the road to fixing things runs right through the media: our main source for information about what is going on — and why. Here, WhoWhatWhy looks back on our experiment in a different kind of political coverage for the 2016 election.
Bare-knuckle election fights in Wisconsin.
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Usually, international election observers monitor new and struggling democracies, such as Ukraine. Turns out the “struggling democracy” that needs outside monitors is our own.
Wisconsin Democrat takes on “the old boys’ network.”
The total cost of the 2020 election is expected to surpass $11 billion. Where does this money originate, and could publicly funded elections rein in spending?
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Rather than limiting the cost of insulin to $35, Walker pushed the idea that diabetes patients could control their symptoms by improving their diet. Diet affects patients with Type 2 diabetes, but would not cure patients with Type 1 diabetes.