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The Committee of Seventy: a century-old political watchdog

Tomorrow I am interviewing Ellen Kaplan, vice president and policy director for the Committee of Seventy, and it occurred to me that it is worth posting just on the organization. Seventy, a nonpartisan, nonprofit political group, has been a self-proclaimed … Continue reading

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Interview: Fred Voigt, Committee of Seventy former executive director

I shared lunch with Fred Voigt, the longtime executive director of the Committee of Seventy, today. Photo courtesy of Chestnut Hill Local, a community newspaper in northwest Philadelphia.

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