How No Labels Went From Preaching Unity to Practicing the Dark Arts - 2018-12-03

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F375.png How No Labels Went From Preaching Unity to Practicing the Dark Arts December 3, 2018, Sam Stein, Daily Beast

As House Republicans were crafting their Obamacare repeal bill in the spring of 2017, Nancy Jacobson, the founder and CEO of No Labels, a group that promotes bipartisan governance, wanted to spice up her organization's Twitter feed.

So she turned to someone known for provocative political takes: her husband, longtime political operative Mark Penn.

In a tweet that March, written under Penn's direction, No Labels took the unconventional position that Democrats were to blame for not being more willing to work with Republicans in the destruction of their party's signature piece of modern legislation.

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