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The Center for Public Integrity’s Consider the Source project today launches Primary Source, a daily diary of developments in the post-Citizens United world of money in politics.

Primary Source will augment Consider the Source’s investigative reporting and feature original reporting from Center staff. The feature will include regular examinations and analyses of primary source documents pertaining to political contributions, spending, lobbying and other forms of influence.

Look for several new Primary Source dispatches later today. In the meantime, bookmark Primary Source here, subscribe to its RSS feed here, follow daily updates on Twitter at @PublicI and “like” us on Facebook.

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