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    Secret Koch Group Revealed

    An Indian moneychanger counts US Dollar bills at his office in New Delhi on June 20, 2013. India's rupee hit a new low against the US Dollar after the US Federal Reserve said it could start to reduce stimulus measures for the US economy. The rupee hit 59.93 in morning trade, well below its previous record low of 58.98 reached last week in part on growing concern about India's economic weakness.     AFP PHOTO/MANAN VATSYAYANA        (Photo credit should read MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    It was the largest donor to conservative causes in the 2012 election, and few people knew it existed. A secretive conservative group raised millions of dollars for right-wing causes and served as the outlet for the Koch brothers' ideas in the 2012 election. The group, called Freedom Partners, has about 200 members who pay $100,000 each in annual dues. It made $236 million in grants in 2012, outspending even Karl Rove’s massive American Crossroads. Freedom Partners president Marc Short gave the group’s upcoming IRS filing to Politico but refused to say who its donors are.

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