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8 States Fail Corruption Test

A multi-agency survey of corruption in the U.S. gave a grade of “F” to eight states, including South and North Dakota, Maine, and Virginia. What do you think?

  • "Does this mean North Dakota governor Jack Dalrymple isn't going to bring my bike back?"

    Robert Willis
    Mirror Installer
  • "How corrupt could these states be if they didn’t even bribe the people conducting the survey to give them a passing grade?"

    Ann Reutmanis
    Unemployed
  • "As a stereotypical East Coast elitist, I'm somewhat chagrined to discover that all this time I've been flying over some epic corruption."

    Willie Deutrom
    Designer
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