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July’s Women At Work guest is Doris Haddock, also known as “Granny D.” She is an 89-year-old great-grandmother who’s walking cross country to draw attention to her pet cause: campaign finance reform. She started in L.A. on New Year’s Day, and is currently in Texas.
- Doris "Granny D" Haddock Campaign finance reform activist
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