FFM's Tom Steward wrote a commentary piece for MPR on the proposed Northstar extension from Minneapolis to St. Cloud.
Investor's Business Daily featured significant FFM research on the serious conflict of interest between a top Obama energy official and an energy efficient window company located in California. The article focuses on how cronyism is investing cap-and-trade.
5 Eyewitness News ran a follow-up piece on their office space story, both featuring FFM investigative research.
Original FFM investigative research was featured in a KSTP report on how much the state spends on office space this year. Could the state have saved taxpayers' money by leasing more reasonably priced office space? Watch the 5 Eyewitness News segment and read the story here.
Ed Morrissey at Hot Air picked up the serious conflict of interest first reported by the Freedom Foundation of Minnesota between top energy official Cathy Zoi and her husband, Robin Roy, executive of Serious Materials, an energy efficient window company that has received significant attention from the Obama administration.
FFM's investigation into the Obama administration's serious conflict of interest was featured on the green energy website GreenEnergy101.net.
FFM's latest story on a loophole that exempts over 100 staff members of three Minnesota congressmen from the health care bill was featured on BigGovernment.com.
A commentary piece by FFM CEO Annette Meeks and American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) president Anne D. Neal ran in the Star Tribune today. The piece, which references the recently released report by the two organizations, examines the increases in both tuition and spending and what these institutions can do to "earn the funding they seek.
Governor Tim Pawlenty mentioned FFM's latest report on an oversized pier on a small northern Minnesota fishing lake on his weekly radio show: Good Morning, Minnesota. Listen to the audio and view the original report!
VIDEO: 5 Eyewitness News featured FFM's "Pier Pressure" story on the Tracking Your Money segment. The story uses significant FFM research on a huge pier that cost taxpayers $667,000.
FFM's investigation into stimulus spending in non-existent zip codes was featured in the Review Messenger and also on KFGO, AM-790 in Fargo. The article describes how the Recovery.com website showed has some serious problems with its goal of tracking each dollar awarded from the stimulus package.
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