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Friday, August 21, 2020
In a recent interview, Rosendale doubled down on the controversial move — one that the nonpartisan watchdog Campaign Legal Center called “disturbing.” Rosendale, when asked about the incident, passed the buck to his legal team, and doubled down on his decision to drop penalties against his political allies.
Pay-to-play politics is business as usual for a typical politician like Maryland Matt. In 2018, Rosendale raised $16,600 from short-term junk health insurance executives in Florida as Insurance Commissioner, cut himself a check with their money to pay down a personal loan, and then pushed predatory junk insurance onto working Montanans in direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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