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By: Arnie Alpert on May 31, 2015
O'Malley in Gilford
Martin O'Malley responded to questions about immigrant detention and nuclear weapons at a house party in Gilford NH.
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By: Hector Salamanca Arroyo on May 30, 2015
Governor O'Malley was in Des Moines, IA at his newly opened campaign office on Saturday May 30th. The Iowa GUI team was there to ask him about for-profit prisons owning detention centers and how to take those who profit from immigrant detention out of the public policy making process.
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By: Kevin Rutledge on May 30, 2015
Martin O'Malley Iowa For-Profit Prisons
The same day Gov. Martin O’Malley announces he's running for president, we announce questions and educate Gov. O’Malley about for-profit prisons lobbying millions of dollars during a meet and greet in his new Des Moines, IA office.
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By: Melanie on May 30, 2015
Melanie talked to Gov. Gilmore about corporate cronyism, the status of women, and the health of the economy.
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By: Miranda Myers on May 29, 2015
Gale Taylor and Jeb Bush at WMUR
Gale asked Jeb Bush, "Please tell me your opinion on the Citizens United decision?" The former Florida governor said, "I don't understand it, to be honest with you." He went on to offer a few words on money, transparency, and the prospects for change.
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By: Lia Lindsey on May 26, 2015
JB Hutto Prison, 2008

The detention quota is a federal policy requiring that 34,000 beds in immigrant detention facilities be maintained every day — an arbitrary number based not on enforcement needs, but on the profit needs of the companies that contract to detain immigrants.  Congresspeople who support the policy benefit from campaign contributions from the very same corporations. 

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By: Eric Zulaski on May 21, 2015
Lindsey Graham Walk and Talk
Presidential candidate, Senator Lindsey Graham, did a "walk and talk" in downtown Manchester, NH. Governing Under the Influence activists rose to the occasion and delivered the message that we do not want a system governed under the influence of Pentagon contractors, for-profit prisons and corporate lobbyists in general. Several people asked questions.
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By: Nancy on May 13, 2015
Nancy asked Martin O'Malley about money in politics and the immigrant detention quota.
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By: Curt on May 13, 2015
I attended the event at Chez Vachon and got to ask Gov. O’Malley about the military-industrial-complex.
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By: Lynn on May 13, 2015
I went to Tilton Diner to "bird dog" Chris Christie. I went in and sat by myself and ordered eggs benedict done with spinach. A State-House based AP reporter sitting nearby told me, "If you sit alone like that, he'll come and talk to you." Christie did. He paused at two tables of four to shake hands, but came to my table for conversation about the Pentagon budget and offshore drilling.
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