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It's Giving Tuesday! Donations received today are incredibly important. Support from readers like you significantly impacts how ambitious we can be in pursuing stories, expanding our team and deepening our coverage. Our goal is to reach 200 new donations.
Each year on this day, we are astounded and humbled by the generosity of our members. Since you're a member of The Marshall Project, we know you’re passionate about our work.
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