Election agency neutered, troubled water, and gas cans that don’t work

I hate to be the one to break the news to you but you’re paying $70 million tax dollars a year for a federal agency that is not even functioning as designed.

It’s the Federal Election Commission and it is currently out of business.

What’s worse, the FEC’s main job is to provide political campaigns with guidance on legal spending and enforce campaign money laws. But but right now they don’t have enough sitting members to even hold a public meeting.

This week, in my Full Measure cove story my cover story, I’ll get into the reasons why the FEC is “Busted and Broke,” and what impact that has on campaign 2020.

Also this week, pharmaceutical drugs such as birth control medicine and antidepressants are being found in our drinking water and fish. This means we are ingesting them too! And so are our children.

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José Manuel Suárez

Also, from gas cans to light bulbs and toilets– a look at why a lot of common products we rely on don’t work as well as they used to. (Hint: it has to do with good intentions by government bureaucrats.)

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