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Reps. Perlmutter, Gottheimer, Beatty, and Phillips (L to R) own stock in Facebook and are members of the House Financial Services Committee, which will question Mark Zuckerberg on Oct. 23.Wikimedia/www.thoughtcatalog.com

Reps Who Will Question Zuckerberg Own Stock In Facebook

Four Democratic members of the House Financial Services Committee are personally invested in Facebook as CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify before them on Wednesday.

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A Christian Nationalist Group Is Quietly Shaping Bills for State Legislatures

Seemingly disparate anti-LGBTQ, anti-choice bills can all be traced to Project Blitz, an elaborate legal strategy devised by a coalition of Christian Right groups.

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Buttigieg’s Antitrust Adviser is a Wells Fargo Attorney

The campaign has also had advisers sign non-disclosure agreements, and in at least one case attempted to lock someone up with a non-compete agreement.

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WeWork’s Revolving-Door Games Called Into Question

Progressive groups highlight how the embattled company hired former senior SEC officials to represent its interests at the SEC.