Bernie Sanders wife Under Federal Investigation Over Banking Fraud!!!!
The Justice Department was investigating the activities of the now-defunct Burlington College..While Its was still Open the college was run by Jane Sanders.....
Sara Josephine Baker
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Marjorie Lee Browne
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Lori Andrews
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Mary Parker Follett
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Linda Flower
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Lily Ross Taylor
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Adriana Cavarero
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