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  • How did Greitens’ campaign get charity’s donor list?

    The Mission Continues, a charity formed by Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens before his election, would have been violating a federal prohibition if it provided its donor list to the Greitens campaign.

The Mission Continues, a charity formed by Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens before his election, would have been violating a federal prohibition if it provided its donor list to the Greitens campaign. Neil Nakahodo and Jason Hancock The Kansas City Star
The Mission Continues, a charity formed by Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens before his election, would have been violating a federal prohibition if it provided its donor list to the Greitens campaign. Neil Nakahodo and Jason Hancock The Kansas City Star

Questions mount on list of charity donors at center of Greitens ethics fine

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