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nomi_pic.jpgWhen we asked
readers to help save our D.C. investigative crew after some
major funders pulled out, one of our freelancers, Nomi Prins–a former
Goldman Sachs managing director turned ace finance reporter–offered to put up the $1,000 fee for her most recent story
as a challenge grant. Yes, just like on public radio: We won’t hold
the blog hostage for 20 minutes every hour to bludgeon you into
giving, but we sure don’t want to leave this money on the table.
Can you help? It’s incredibly easy, just follow this link. If you
give $45 or more, we throw in a subscription to the magazine. Please help Nomi help us out. And then go read
her story on the financial crisis. It will make you weep.

UPDATE: Now you can give via PayPal! Thanks to those of you who have already given, it means a ton. We’ll let you know whether we make the match.

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IT'S NOT THAT WE'RE SCREWED WITHOUT TRUMP:

"It's that we're screwed with or without him if we can't show the public that what we do matters for the long term," writes Mother Jones CEO Monika Bauerlein as she kicks off our drive to raise $350,000 in donations from readers by July 17.

This is a big one for us. So, as we ask you to consider supporting our team's journalism, we thought we'd slow down and check in about where Mother Jones is and where we're going after the chaotic last several years. This comparatively slow moment is also an urgent one for Mother Jones: You can read more in "Slow News Is Good News," and if you're able to, please support our team's hard-hitting journalism and help us reach our big $350,000 goal with a donation today.

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