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November 06, 2012

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BethesdaDog

Ask George Soros why he cut the funding. Maybe he wanted to spend the funds on Obama's reelection.

Lulaine

This could be a huge blow for whistleblowers who need assistance and reassurance in what they are doing. Whistleblowers need a lot of information before and during their actions because the risk factor for them is huge. They are risking their lives and families to do the right thing. A staff layoff at the center hurts them and could possibly hurt their cause.

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