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Indigenous and Green Groups Fighting Against Pipeline Urge 2020 Democrats to Take 'NoKXL Pledge'
"You either stand with family farmers, ranchers, Tribal Nations, and environmentalists—or you stand with fossil fuel corporations."
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Philanthropist Tom Steyer stands in front of one of the billboards he has funded in Times Square calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump on November 20, 2017 in New York City. Steyer, an American hedge fund manager, environmentalist, progressive activist, and fundraiser announced Tuesday he is running for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination—the 25th person to officially do so. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images) News
'The Answer to a Question No One Is Asking': Billionaire Philanthropist Tom Steyer Announces 2020 Presidential Bid
"Let's take our democracy back from corporations and special interests," says latest candidate to enter the crowded Democratic field, "and give it to the people—the way it was always intended."
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Opponents of the Keystone XL News
'Trump Is Not Above the Law': New Lawsuit Aims to Defeat Keystone XL
"We won't stop fighting Trump's underhanded attempt to dodge the courts and ram this dirty fossil fuel project down America's throat."
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TransCanada Can Change Its Name, Say Opponents, But Keystone XL Will Never See 'The Light of Day'
"They can change their name, but they can't hide from the power of our movement that has successfully blocked Keystone XL for a decade."
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Green Groups Urge Court to Stop Trump Effort to Approve 'Climate-Wrecking, Wildlife-Killing' Keystone XL
"Trump's trying to ram this dirty pipeline down America's throat, but we're not falling for it."
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Trump to Add 'Tasteless Insult to Injury' by Promoting Fossil Fuel Deregulation in Shadow of Fatal Chemical Fire
"It's no surprise that Trump is once again taking an action championed by climate deniers and fossil fuel companies."
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The government has dismissed Native Americans, state farmers and ranchers, and residents of nearby states who opposed the pipeline as outside agitators. (Photo: David Goldman/ AP) Views
The South Dakota Legislature Has Invented a New Legal Term to Target Pipeline Protesters
The new law gives the state the authority to sue individuals and organizations for “riot boosting,” but it does not clearly describe what speech or conduct it considers to be “riot boosting.”
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Pelted by high winds and a week of near-biblical rainfall that melted snow and then cascaded across prairies frozen by the long winter, Nebraska has this month suffered at least $1.4 billion in flood and related damage. (Photo: Nati Harnik / AP) Views
As Floodwaters Rise, GOP Lawmakers are Frantically Building Levees of Climate Denial
The right’s environmental McCarthyism bobbed to the surface this week
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No Keystone XL News
Snubbing Law and Climate, Trump Issues New Permit for Keystone XL
Trump "can huff and puff all he wants: this pipeline isn't getting built"
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Solar energy installation provides good, union jobs for electrical workers. (Photo: Clean Energy Economy for the Region, CC BY 2.0.) Views
A Green New Deal for American Labor?
Just like the original New Deal in the ’30s, AOC's version of a Green New Deal would include a federal guarantee of living-wage employment
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