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Megan Cairns
Megan worked in communications and new media at The American Spectator, where she focused on expanding The American Spectator’s online presence and creating digital content. Born and raised in Rochester, New York, Megan graduated from Hamilton College with a B.S. in Public Policy in 2012.  After graduation, she moved to D.C. to work on the digital team at the Public Notice, a non-profit dedicated to educating Americans about the economy. She can be reached on twitter at @MegginKarinz.
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by | Jun 26, 2014

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by | Jun 23, 2014

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by | Jun 16, 2014

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by | Jun 13, 2014

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by | Jun 9, 2014

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by | Jun 7, 2014

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