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The Center for Public Integrity is seeking applicants in all 50 states.

The Center for Public Integrity is seeking applicants for part-time, freelance workers in all 50 states to investigate state government corruption. That might include pension fund management, disclosure laws or the state budget. The work will include reporting and data entry. Experienced reporters preferred.

Interested? You can find more information at the publicintegrity.org website.

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