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F E A T U R E S
Mother Jones take a hard look at the rising popularity and political influence of gambling.
The Mother Jones 400
Money Talks: The MoJo Wire's list of
America's biggest political donors and who they gave to. Investigate on your own
with our searchable database.
April 28, 1997
The White House flights database -- fully searchable by passenger, date, or miles traveled.
Cash by the Cup
March 31, 1997
A searchable database of everyone who was invited to "coffees" at the Clinton
Executive Slumber Party
March 24, 1997
The complete, unedited list of the folks who were
lucky, or wealthy, enough to spend the night at the White House.
The Mother Jones 400 (1996)
Who are the fat cats in your neighborhood? Find out in the MoJo Wire's searchable database of the country's top campaign
Taking Stock in Congress
Do members of Congress vote for
the common good or to beef up their stock holdings? The MoJo
Wire finds out.
Who are Newt's GOPAC supporters? What do they want? Why is
he hiding their identities?
Best Congress Money Can Buy
Find out which special interests are buying, uh, funding your
senators and representatives in this searchable database of
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