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Fact-Checking Group Launches Web Video Campaign To Discourage Flood of Deceptive SuperPAC Ads

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Tuesday, February 21 2012

A fact-checking web site run by the University of Pennsylvania on Tuesday launched an ambitious new attempt to stem the expected flood of deceptive television advertising placed by third-party political groups on ... Read More

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