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  • Rising Fortunes

    Montgomery Advertiser does an in-depth investigation of the Southern Poverty Law Center, a non-profit group established primarily to fight racism and other injustices; finds that the organization is bloated with administrative and fund-raising budgets bigger than program budgets, has trouble with black employees, has questionable accounting practices and myriad other problems, February 1994.
  • Metlife

    WPXI-TV (Pittsburgh) reveals that the nation's largest life insurer, Met Life, had questionable sales techniques including selling life insurance policies as retirement plans and convincing less educated people to sell one Met policy and buy a more expensive one simply for the commissions involved, June - December 1993.
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    San Diego (Calif.) Union-Tribune exposed how California's health care program for the poor, MediCal, was drawing people from around the world for taxpayer-supported medical services, April 11 - 15, 1993.