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Where’s the Democracy in Our Democracy? The Nation’s Capital Example

Where’s the Democracy in Our Democracy? The Nation’s Capital Example

Ross Wallen July 18, 2014 0

By Khalid Pitts, USAction Board President In the last few

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PETITION: Ground the F-35 forever

PETITION: Ground the F-35 forever

Ross Wallen July 16, 2014 0

As the Senate debates next year’s Pentagon budget, Lockheed Martin, Pratt & Whitney and other

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The Supreme Court Won’t Stop Us

The Supreme Court Won’t Stop Us

clee July 3, 2014 0

By Khalid Pitts, President, USAction Earlier this week, not too far from where I

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USAction Statement on Harris V. Quinn Supreme Court Decision

USAction Statement on Harris V. Quinn Supreme Court Decision

Ross Wallen July 1, 2014 0

“The US Supreme Court’s extreme views will not stop workers from

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U.S. Senate, sponsored by the Koch Brothers

U.S. Senate, sponsored by the Koch Brothers

Ross Wallen June 19, 2014 0

Support workers’ rights?

Support workers’ rights?

Ross Wallen June 13, 2014 0

When workers are under attack, we fight back. Amber Diaz — a T-Mobile worker for eight years

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HUGE: Progress on climate disruption

HUGE: Progress on climate disruption

Ross Wallen June 2, 2014 0

Today, the Environmental Protection Agency made a historic announcement. President Obama’s administration announced proposed regulations

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Constitutional Amendment to Overturn Citizens United and McCutcheon

Constitutional Amendment to Overturn Citizens United and McCutcheon

Ross Wallen May 21, 2014 2

HUGE news! Last week Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced support for

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The Right to Vote is Under Attack

The Right to Vote is Under Attack

Ross Wallen May 14, 2014 1

The right to vote is under attack across the country. If we don’t

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PETITION: Stop the Republican Medicaid Blockade

PETITION: Stop the Republican Medicaid Blockade

Ross Wallen May 8, 2014 1

Republicans in 24 states are denying access to health care to nearly 6 million

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