Or how to start, anyway.
States and cities can make free money less free, if they try.
PLUS: A new coalition is set to take on corporate power in New York
Google won't tell you how much water it uses and an Oregon city has its back.
How states and corporations use public records exemptions to cover up deal details.
Why local journalists don't care more about corporate subsidy mysteries.
States embrace financial secrecy at the expense of democracy.
PLUS: Amazon sets a new subsidy record.
It says it turned down subsidies in three cities. What gives?
A snazzy new public relations push can't cover up the truth.
The Alabama insurance market shows how tax breaks benefit dominant corporations.
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