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Fed Up Condemns Trump Nomination to Federal Reserve

07.10.17

NEW YORK – In...

07/10/2017 | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
07/10/2017 | Published by: citylimits.org
07/10/2017

Major Impact Seen from Mayor’s Carve-Out of Deportation Defense Program

Major Impact Seen from Mayor’s Carve-Out of Deportation Defense Program

When families are brought into the court-room at Varick Street Immigration Court, they see their loved ones seated side-by-side on a bench with other detainees, clad in orange jumpsuits, hands...

07/10/2017 | citylimits.org | Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative
07/10/2017 | Published by: Idaho Press
07/10/2017

Still important to let our senators know what we think

Still important to let our senators know what we think

What do Credo Action, MoveOn, Idaho Medical Advocacy, CPD Action, Daily Kos, People’s Action, Elizabeth Warren, Mom’s Rising, Our Revolution, Change.Org, AARP, and the Economic Policy Institute...

07/10/2017 | Idaho Press | Civic Engagement

The resistance is making opposition to the GOP health bill impossible to ignore

Congress is back in town on Monday after a week-long July Fourth recess that was — at least for most Senate Republicans — anything but a restful break from the health care debate roiling Capitol...

07/10/2017 | Vox | Civic Engagement

“We matter”: Dozens with pre-existing conditions stage D.C. sit-in over GOP health care bill

Marthella Johnson was born with one kidney. At a young age, the 42-year-old resident of Little Rock, Arkansas, developed kidney stones.

Before the Affordable Care Act, many insurers...

07/10/2017 | Mic | Civic Engagement

Retail and restaurant workers have the worst schedules. Oregon plans to change that.

In the next upcoming battle for workers’ rights, activists aren’t asking for more money or more time off. They just want workers to get a little advance notice about what their schedule will be....

07/10/2017 | Vox | Restoring a Fair Workweek
07/10/2017 | Published by: Housing Wire
07/10/2017

HUD tenants rally against proposed budget cuts

HUD tenants rally against proposed budget cuts

On Friday, tenants, homeowners and activists came together in more than 15 cities across the U.S. to band against the proposed budget cuts to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development...

07/10/2017 | Housing Wire | Advocating for Housing Justice

CFPB: Financial firms can no longer force consumers to use arbitration in group disputes

Consumers can now sue banks in class-action lawsuits. 

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Monday financial companies will no longer be allowed to force customers to use...

07/10/2017 | USA Today | Civic Engagement

CFPB: Financial firms can no longer force consumers to use arbitration in group disputes

Consumers can now sue banks in class-action lawsuits. 

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Monday financial companies will no longer be allowed to force customers to use...

07/10/2017 | USA Today | Civic Engagement

Retail workers celebrate scheduling law. Requirements will bring change to national chains.

Lisa Morrison loves her job in the floral department at Safeway on U.S. Highway 20 in Bend, but she said the company’s practice of giving three days’ notice of work schedules has created a lot of...

07/8/2017 | Bend Bulletin | Restoring a Fair Workweek

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