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Dave Lawler

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Deputy newsdesk editor at Axios.

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Some members of Congress are trying to prevent foreign interference in American elections by making online ads more transparent.

Can Congress prevent election interference by regulating social media?

Some members of Congress are trying to prevent foreign interference in American elections by making online ads more transparent.

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