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Amid Widespread Hunger and Poverty, Republicans in Alabama Divert Covid Relief Funds to Donors

by Barbara Koeppel | Oct 12, 2020 | Coronavirus, Elections

…uries find their voice and weigh in heavily for the state-level contests, they could begin to change the laws, and their lives. Barbara Koeppel is a Washington D.C.-based investigative reporter who covers social, economic, political, and foreign polic…

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Modern-Day Gulag In the Golden State

by Barbara Koeppel | Jun 4, 2019 | Health, Politics

…installment of veteran reporter Barbara Koeppel’s investigation into civil commitment in the United States. Her first piece, “Sex Crimes and Criminal Justice,” is available at https://washingtonspectator.org/koeppel-sex-crimes-and-criminal-justice/….

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Sex Crimes and Criminal Justice

by Barbara Koeppel | May 4, 2018 | Legal Affairs, Politics

…utterly beaten, knowing they’ll be here until they die, is very sad. The program is inhumane.” Barbara Koeppel is an investigative journalist in Washington, D.C….

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More Evidence Suggests Radiation Caused Illness in U.S. War Zones

by Barbara Koeppel | Mar 13, 2017 | Foreign Policy, Politics

…ot only there, but in Syria and Yemen. The silence about the toll on human life is stunning.   Barbara Koeppel is a Washington D.C.-based investigative reporter….

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Irradiated Iraq

by Barbara Koeppel | Mar 30, 2016 | Foreign Policy, National Security, Politics

…, after Chernobyl. The only way mutated genes disappear is when carriers don’t have children.” Barbara Koeppel is a Washington D.C.-based investigative reporter….

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