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  • Senator Schumer on Government Funding China Trade and Koch Brothers
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    Senator Schumer on Government Funding, China Trade and Koch Brothers

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    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) spoke on the chamber floor about government funding negotiations, U.S. charges against Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, and the Koch Brothers campaign finance activities.

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  • Senator Reid on Supreme Court Justice Nomination
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    Senator Reid on Supreme Court Justice Nomination

    He blamed Senate Republicans for blocking the nomination and said the Republican Party is led by the Koch brothers.

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  • Steve Lombardo on the Koch Brothers
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    Steve Lombardo on the Koch Brothers

    Steve Lombardo talked about the political activities of brothers Charles and David Koch, who jointly own the second largest private company in the U.S. Topics included the network of think tanks and political groups supported the Koch brother, and their political philosophy.

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  • Steve Lombardo on the Koch Brothers
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    Radio: Steve Lombardo on the Koch Brothers

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    Steve Lombardo, chief communication and marketing officer for Koch Industries Inc., speaks about the role played by the Koch brothers in U.S. politics.

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  • Washington Journal Michael Mooney on Koch Brothers Business Operations
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    Washington Journal: Michael Mooney on Koch Brothers' Business Operations

    Koch Brothers' Business Operations

    Michael Mooney talked about his story in Popular Mechanics, "Inside the Koch Brothers' Industrial Empire," on the multinational business corporation's operations and David and Charles Koch's role in funding political campaigns.

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  • Washington Journal Christine Leonard on US Incarceration Rates
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    Incarceration Rates in the U.S.

    The coalition consists of several political groups, including the Koch Brothers and the ACLU.

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  • emSons of Wichitaem
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    Sons of Wichita

    Daniel Schulman talked about his book, Sons of Wichita: How the Koch Brothers Became America's Most Powerful and Private Dynasty, in which he takes a critical look at billionaires David and Charles Koch* and their impact on American politics.

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  • Newsmakers Michael Podhorzer
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    Newsmakers with Michael Podhorzer

    Among its issues in those campaigns were the minimum wage, stagnant workers' wages, taxes on millionaires and corporations, ending NAFTA-like trade agreements, student debt and the influence of David and Charles Koch. The AFL-CIO aired "Koch sisters" ads, which were intended to counter the influence of the Koch brothers and their support for conservative candidates.

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  • QA Daniel Schulman
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    Q&A with Daniel Schulman

    Daniel Schulman talked about his book, Sons of Wichita: How the Koch Brothers Became America's Most Powerful and Private Dynasty, in which he chronicles the Koch family's rise to power. In addition to brothers Charles and David, most well known for Koch Industries and their support for libertarian politics, Mr. Schulman talked about lesser known brothers Bill, a wealthy businessman, and Frederick, an art collector who is also involved in historic preservation. The four brothers* spent almost two decades locked in a legal battle over the oil and cattle ranching empire their father left behind at the time of his death in 1967.

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  • Washington Journal Climate Change
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    Climate Change, Energy Issues, and 2014 Elections

    She focused on Tom Steyer's NextGen Climate and the Koch brothers' Americans for Prosperity super political action committees (super PAC).

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  • Sen Reid DNV on Raising the Minimum Wage
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    Majority Leader Reid on Minimum Wage

    He said that the Koch Brothers would "score" their votes on the issue in order to threaten Republicans.

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  • Majority Leader Reid on House Republican Fiscal Year 2015 Budget
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    Majority Leader Reid on House Republican Fiscal Year 2015 Budget

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    Senator Reid called it the "Ryan-Koch Budget," after the Koch brothers who finance a number of conservative political action groups.

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  • Sen Reids Comments on Koch Brothers
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    Reid's Comments on Koch Brothers

    Senator Reid on Koch Brothers

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) spoke on the Senate floor about reports that the Koch brothers were going to run ads in Nevada against him. Senator Reid pointed out that he was not up for re-election until 2016 and said that he was not afraid of the Koch brothers.

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  • Washington Journal Role of Koch Brothers in US Political Campaigns
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    Washington Journal: Role of Koch Brothers in U.S.

    Koch Brothers and Campaign Influence

    Dave Levinthal talked about Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and the Democratic party's campaign against David and Charles, Koch, and their Koch Industries, the second largest privately-owned company in the United States. He discussed the brothers' role in presidential and congressional campaigns, and whether or not the Democratic Party had an equivalent to counter the Koch Brothers' influence in campaign politics.

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  • Sen Reids Remarks on Koch Brothers
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    Reid's Remarks on Koch Brothers

    Senator Reid on the Koch Brothers Funding Conservative Groups

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) delivered another in a series of speeches on the role the Koch brothers, billionaires who finance conservative political groups, were playing in U.S. politics.

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  • Senators Reid and McConnell on Koch Brothers
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    Senators Reid and McConnell on Koch Brothers

    Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) in a Senate floor speech accused billionaires Charles and David Koch of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, which prohibits Americans from bribing foreign officials.

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  • Tobacco Workers Unity Summit
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    Tobacco Worker's Unity Summit

    The participants discussed issues facing tobacco workers. One of the issues was the legislation beforeā€¦

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