Economy

Jon Queally, staff writer
"Our job is to build on our common humanity and do everything that we can to oppose all of the forces, whether unaccountable government power or unaccountable corporate power, who try to divide us up and set us against each other."
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"Big telecom companies hate the California net neutrality bill because it...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"We must end, once and for all, the scheme that is nothing more than a free...

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Arguing "all art is political," a massive new public art project is using billboards along with community events to urge Americans nationwide to engage with civic issues ahead of the mid-terms, and ask, "What side are you on?" The "anti-partisan" 50 State Initiative is installing hundreds of billboards from the politically explicit - "Grab 'Em By the Ballots" and "Sad!" to the intriguingly abstract - "Hurt People Hurt People," "Us Is Them", "Pardon Me" - in hopes they will think, then vote.