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by Emma Leathley For the past three years, American Commitment, a small nonprofit with ties to the donor network spearheaded
Politics
Many of us disagree with Hillary Clinton on a number of issues, in some cases intensely. But there is one overarching reason we should be vigorously supporting her election: The future of the Supreme Court is at stake.
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The 80 million young Americans between 18 and 35 need a way to hold those we elect accountable and focused on creating the future we want, not the future special interests want. Association of Young Americans' mission is to insert the voice of young people into every day politics and restore balance to the political process to solve problems that are holding us back.
Environment
An overwhelming majority of Americans and business leaders support policies that incentivize investment in and development of clean energy. We hope that you'll join the push toward the clean energy economy and invest in the clean energy sources that increasingly are powering America and the world.
Comedy
"The Mexicans were throwing around names like Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and Rufino Tamayo, but they decided pretty quickly
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The Energy-Intensive Manufacturers Working Group on Greenhouse Gas Regulation is represented by John J. McMackin, who serves
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Sensenbrenner, campaign finance records show, maintains Koch Industries as one of his top donors. He also has well over $1
Environment
The ongoing push to lift the ban on exports of U.S.-produced crude oil appears to be coming to a close, with Congress agreeing to a budget deal with a provision to end the decades-old embargo.
Politics
Unless five justices on the Supreme Court are ready to stand up and argue the U.S. Chamber should have to give free lunch to any Fortune 500 "free rider" that wants it, they should dismiss the Friedrichs case for what it is: nonsense. Case closed.
Politics
Starting today, three bills are being rammed through the Wisconsin legislature that will put the final nails in the coffin of our state's long history of clean elections and accountable governance. Who is asking for these bills? Now we know.
Environment
On August 4, the U.S. Appeals Court for the 10th Circuit shot down the Sierra Club's petition for rehearing motion for the southern leg of TransCanada's Keystone XL tar sands export pipeline. The decision effectively writes the final chapter of a years-long legal battle in federal courts.
Business
The problem with our legal system is that there is too much legalese and not enough prosecution. Imagine, over the last seven years banks paid out in fines, $150 billion of shareholders cash. In my opinion, proving once and for all, that these banks did not suddenly become dishonest.
Entertainment
In normal years, this would be the official kickoff to the political Silly Season. This year, however, is not normal, as instead we're right at the kickoff of Presidential Debate Season, and the votes are already in -- the silly subject we're all going to obsess over this year is named Donald Trump.
Politics
Once known for grim letters to fellow wealthy Americans warning of socialist apocalypse, Charles G. Koch now promotes research
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Persistence pays off. Let's remember this as we celebrate 50 years of Medicaid on July 30. Almost 70 million people in the U.S. turn to Medicaid for their health coverage. But Medicaid is much more than the country's top health insurer. It's also a key battleground for the future of our country.
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There's something lurking behind the seemingly straightforward ideology of "small government," something obvious to anyone willing to look: Greed. Simple, unadulterated greed.
Politics
The past few weeks have seen a wave of conservative support for "Ban the Box" initiatives, a practice that delays questions on criminal background until after job applicants have had the opportunity to demonstrate qualifications. For the over 70 million Americans who are subject to employment discrimination due to criminal history, the change has come none too soon.
Environment
Last week's USA Today interview with Charles Koch noted his shifting opinion on what he calls climate change "hysteria.