We walk you through the right-wing dark money group known as the Federalist Society and how they've influenced the legal landscape in Appalachia
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It’s been a while since you heard from us on here - and there’s a reason for that! Some big changes have been happening at Appodlachia and we took some time away from the Substack to re-configure the show and focus on putting out high-quality, well-researched, Appalachia-centered content.
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However, right now - we wanted to roll out a preview of the episode we published this week: Part 1 of 2 in a series on the Federalist Society and how they’re influencing Appalachian federal courts.
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Federalist Society in Appalachia Part 1
In part one of this two-part series, Callie and Chuck do a deep dive into the right-wing dark money group called the Federalist Society and how they've deliberately helped install radical fringe judges in some of the most powerful courts in Appalachia and across the country
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