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  • Target Ten/Minneha Township

    KAKE-TV (Wichita) finds instances of nepotism, poor record keeping, exorbitant salaries and misappropriation of public money in a local township, Nov. 14-15, 1985.
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    Chicago Sun-Times articles examine waste, inefficiency, nepotism and insider deals in Chicago's patronage-ridden park system, which make it the most expensive system per acre in the United States, September - December 1983.
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    St. Louis Post-Dispatch investigation of St. Charles Fire District finds lax safety standards, conflicts of interests and nepotism in the district's financial dealings, 1982.
  • Corruption in The Ohio Liquor Department

    Plain Dealer (Cleveland) looks into the Ohio Liquor Department's favorable treatment of one of its vendors after the vendor contributed to the governor's political campaign; reports a commissioner of the department received sexual favors for permit consideration.
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    Times-Union (Albany) series examines nepotism in county Democratic organization as well as the city and county governments, looking at the benefits to recipients and the cost to taxpayers.
  • Nepotism pervades rental agreements, hiring practices

    Knickerbocker News (Albany) finds nepotism pervades rental agreements, hiring practices of Elmira, N.Y., claims court.
  • Nepotism in summer hiring by Detroit county officials

    Detroit Free Press shows Detroit county officials hire friends and relatives for summer employment.