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William Mullen
Written in the first person, Task Force reporter William Mullen describes how he infiltrated the office of Stanley Kusper, the commissioner of the Board of Election, and uncovered evidence of large scale election fraud.
Lives are held in grimy hands
William Gaines
Tribune Task Force reporter William Gaines, who worked as a janitor at von Solbrig Hospital, reports that he is regularly asked by doctors and nurses to help watch or move patients in sterile environments.
Dale Wright
The tenth and final article in 'The Forgotten People' series, based on Dale Wright's undercover reporting as a migrant worker, suggests remedies to the endemic poverty and hardship that are daily life for the laborers.
Dale Wright
The ninth and second to last article in Wright's series on migrant workers focuses on New York State.
Lack of Schooling Makes Him Easy Mark of Cheat
Dale Wright
The eighth installment in 'The Forgotten People' series. Dale Wright looks at the tricks some farm operators use to manipulate migrant workers, who are often illiterate and desperate.
Dale Wright
The seventh installment of 'The Forgotten People' series. Dale Wright moves undercover as a migrant worker to New Jersey and Long Island, and looks at the lax enforcement of protective labor laws.
Farm States Won't Help; Laborers are Gypped Everywhere They Go
Dale Wright
The sixth installment to 'The Forgotten People' series. Dale Wright moves from Florida to South Carolina and goes undercover as a migrant worker. He investigates the actual effectiveness of laws on the books to protect the laborers.
Dale Wright
The fifth installment of 'The Forgotten People' series. Speed-ups and child labor were parts of daily life for the migrant workers Dale Wright encountered in his six-month undercover stint as a laborer.
Dale Wright
The third in a series of articles based on the six months that Dale Wright posed as a migrant worker on the Atlantic Seaboard. Here, he focuses on the conditions in which workers are transported in the state of Florida and nationally.
Dale Wright
For six months, on and off, Dale Wright worked as a migrant worker. This is the first article in the "Forgotten People" series, based on his time spent undercover along the Atlantic coast.
Edgar May
Edgar May writes about his experience working as an Erie County welfare caseworker during his investigation into welfare fraud for the Buffalo Evening News and offers possible solutions to the problems he encountered.
Inside story of city's pro-life movement
Pamela Zekman
Pamela Warrick
In the fifteenth and final article of the Sun-Times' "Abortion Profiteers" series, reporter Pamela Warrick reports on her time spent volunteering at Chicago-based anti-abortion group Right-To-Life.
Found: safe, compassionate care
Pamela Zekman
Pamela Warrick
This thirteenth installment of the Sun-Times' "Abortion Profiteers" series reports on Chicago-area clinics that, unlike their Michigan Av. counterparts, provide good, honest care and counselling for women looking to have abortions.
Hot line deceptions sell most abortions
Pamela Zekman
Pamela Warrick
In this twelfth installment of "The Abortion Profiteers," the Sun-Times reports on the dishonest hotline and counselling services provided by walk-in abortion clinics.
Pregnant or not, women given abortions
Pamela Zekman
Pamela Warrick
The tenth installment of the Sun Times' "Abortion Profiteers" series reports that one Chicago-area abortion clinic regularly performs abortions on women who failed pregnancy tests.
Big kickbacks to abortion mills (POOR SCAN - REDO)
Pamela Zekman
Pamela Warrick
The eighth article of the Sun-Times' "Abortion Profiteers" series reports on the fraudulent practices of Illinois' abortion referral agencies and abortion clinics.
Soft voices, hard sells - twin swindles
Pamela Zekman
Pamela Warrick
In the sixth installment of "Abortion Profiteers" series, the Sun-Times reports on an ethically questionable abortion-referral business, whose hotline operators are paid commission on every abortion they "sell."
Nurse to aide: 'Fake that pulse!'
Pamela Zekman
Pamela Warrick
In the fifth article in the "Abortion Profiteers" series, Sun-Times reporters and Better Government Association members worked as aides at Chicago-area abortion clinics and discovered that measurements like temperature, pulse and blood-pressure were, more often than not, fabricated and recorded in patients' charts.
Dr. Ming Kow Hah: Physician of pain
Pamela Zekman
Pamela Warrick
This fourth article in the Sun Times' "Abortion Profiteers" series reports that Dr. Hah, who operates at several Chicago-area abortion clinics, does not administer any anesthetics to his patients, making the procedure very painful.
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