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08/9/2017 | Published by: Bloomberg
08/9/2017

Labor Activists Applaud First Statewide ‘Fair Scheduling’ Law

Labor Activists Applaud First Statewide ‘Fair Scheduling’ Law

Starting next summer, companies in Oregon will have to give workers at least seven days’ notice about when they’ll have...

08/9/2017 | Bloomberg | Restoring a Fair Workweek
08/9/2017 | Published by: Vox
08/9/2017

Who’s truly rebuilding the Democratic Party? The activists.

Who’s truly rebuilding the Democratic Party? The activists.

In June 2010 I made a very bad tweet that I came to regret. (Hard to imagine, I know.) I yelled at the disability...

08/9/2017 | Vox | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
08/8/2017 | Published by: NBC News
08/8/2017

‘May You Die in Pain,’ Voter Tells GOP Lawmaker

‘May You Die in Pain,’ Voter Tells GOP Lawmaker

An angry voter had harsh words for Rep. Doug LaMalfa, R-Calif., at a town hall meeting on Monday: "May you die in pain...

08/8/2017 | NBC News | Civic Engagement

Diverse, Radical and Ready to Resist: Meet the First in the New Wave of Local Progressive Officials

At Local Progress’s 150-person meet-up, left-leaning politicians from around the country share plans to build rebel...

08/8/2017 | In These Times | Connecting Elected Officials for ‘Local Progress’
08/8/2017 | Published by: Politico
08/8/2017

Tax reform stumbling block

Tax reform stumbling block

Don’t look for a tax reform roll-out as soon as Congress comes back despite the aggressive timetable laid out by White...

08/8/2017 | Politico | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
08/7/2017 | Published by: The Washington Post
08/7/2017

Want to combat inequality? Look to the Fed.

Want to combat inequality? Look to the Fed.

Undermining the central bank's responsibility to promote maximum employment would be a mistake....

08/7/2017 | The Washington Post | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
08/7/2017 | Published by: Forbes
08/7/2017

How Much Do U.S. Cities Spend Every Year On Policing?

How Much Do U.S. Cities Spend Every Year On Policing?

Over the past three decades, U.S. cities have allocated larger and larger shares of their budgets towards law...

08/7/2017 | Forbes | Racial Justice
08/5/2017 | Published by: 27east
08/5/2017

Protesters Converge On Stephen Schwarzman's Water Mill Home

Protesters Converge On Stephen Schwarzman's Water Mill Home

About 35 protesters from various political organizations—the Center for Popular Democracy, Make the Road New York, New...

08/5/2017 | 27east | Civic Engagement
08/5/2017 | Published by: 27east
08/5/2017

Protesters Converge On Stephen Schwarzman's Water Mill Home

Protesters Converge On Stephen Schwarzman's Water Mill Home

About 35 protesters from various political organizations—the Center for Popular Democracy, Make the Road New York, New...

08/5/2017 | 27east | Civic Engagement
08/4/2017 | Published by: The Baffler
08/4/2017

Emboldened Fight for Health Care as a Right

Emboldened Fight for Health Care as a Right

WELCOME TO INTERVIEWS FOR RESISTANCE. Since election night 2016, the streets of the U.S. have rung with resistance....

08/4/2017 | The Baffler | Civic Engagement

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