Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Lee Fang and Nick Surgey

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Lee Fang is a journalist with a longstanding interest in how public policy is influenced by organized interest groups and money. He was the first to uncover and detail the role of the billionaire Koch brothers in financing the Tea Party movement. His interviews and research on the Koch brothers have been featured on HBO’s “The Newsroom,” the documentaries “Merchants of Doubt” and “Citizen Koch,” as well as in multiple media outlets. He was an investigative blogger for ThinkProgress (2009-2011) and then a fellow at the Investigative Fund of the Nation Institute and contributing writer for The Nation. Nick Surgey is the director of research and an investigative reporter at the Center for Media and Democracy. His research has been widely featured, including by The Guardian, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, and the Colbert Report. Nick was previously staff counsel at Common Cause, where he led the research and legal work on the group's investigation into the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and its Supreme Court Ethics project.

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