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Jon Queally

Jon Queally

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Jon Queally is managing editor and staff writer for Common Dreams.


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'Stop This Madness': Outrage After Appeals Court Reinstates Texas Abortion Ban

Packed with Trump appointees, the 5th Circuit's ruling was denounced as "unconscionable" by reproductive rights advocates.

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Progressives Hold the Line as 'Manchema' Side With Oligarchy Against Biden Agenda

"We won't let massive corporations, billionaires, and a few conservative Democrats stand in the way of delivering transformational progress for millions of working people," said Rep. Pramila Jayapal. "Stick to the plan. Pass both bills, together."

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Progressives Deliver Message to Democrats on Infrastructure: 'Don't F**k This Up'

"The problem in American democracy today," said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, "is that people have lost faith in us, in government, that we actually will fight for working people."

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'A Deal's a Deal': Progressive Leader Holds Strong on $3.5 Trillion Social Investment Plan

Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal says around 60 Democrats are willing to vote down a weaker bipartisan bill if the more sweeping reconciliation bill does not come first.

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Social Democrats, Greens Eye Coalition After Outgoing Merkel's Bloc Ousted in German Elections

Citing the need to act on the climate crisis, center-left SPD leader Olaf Scholz declared that "voters have clearly spoken."

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'Hold My Pearls': Debbie Dingell Lets Marjorie Taylor Green Have It Over Abortion Rights

The Michigan Democrat engaged in a verbal altercation with the far-right Republican lawmaker from Georgia on the steps of the U.S. Capitol Building.

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Biden-Backed Aukus Deal Could Spell 'Disaster' for Climate Cooperation With China

One U.K. lawmaker said reaching a "positive outcome" at the upcoming talks in Glasgow "just got a whole lot harder."

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US Breaks Summer Heat Record Set During Dust Bowl in 1936: NOAA

"I wondered if I would live to see one of America's most iconic weather records fall—the record for hottest summer, set in the great Dust Bowl of 1936," said one meteorologist. "Finally, in 2021, the record has fallen."

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