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Through a persistent and meticulous investigation, this series of reports exposed how Pennsylvania tax dollars are being carelessly mishandled by the state's most funded, yet most secretive, department: Public Welfare. This investigation broke new ground in detailing how the state is failing to protect taxpayer dollars. From big-time lottery winners still collecting to cultural rot within the department, this series shocked the department's own Secretary, who called our findings "appalling." Via privacy laws, the state has created a system that limits its own accountability. This series circumvented those limitations.
How federal agencies and their officials, responsible for public welfare and safety, willfully and repeatedly fail to protect the health of armed service members, nuclear workers, and ultimately the public interestMilitary and nuclear workers risk their lives everyday working on major health projects aimed at benefitting the public. What this investigation uncovers is the fact that, after these workers become seriously injured from their exposure to hazardous materials, they are often left without government healthcare.
(Wilmington, DE) News Journal exposes in a four part series how Du Pont, despite appearing to be environmentally sensitive, has for decades put profit over public welfare in its production and promotion of chlorofluorocarbons, Aug. 25 - 28, 1991.
WWOR-TV (Secaucus, N.J.) exposes corruption in the public welfare system, including check-splitting schemes and payroll abuse; a two-part series with follow-up reports, May - June 1989. 2 parts - 2 tapes