Eric Nalder

Chief Investigative Reporter for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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Chief Investigative Reporter for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and Author of a series of stories entitled Floating Loopholes, examining tax breaks for yacht owners.

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This year’s state  budget  will cause pain for state university students, mass transit riders and low-income elderly people.   Governor Schwarzenegger  vetoed programs for the homeless…

Mentally Ill Lose While Yacht Owners Win in Budget

This year’s state budget will cause pain for state university students, mass transit riders and low-income elderly people.  Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed programs for the homeless…

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