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Voters cast their ballots at the Ferndale Public Library on March 10, 2020 in Ferndale, Michigan. News
'Appallingly Irresponsible': Though Ohio Shuts Down Primary Election Over Coronavirus, Other States Go Forward
"Officials who promised that they had extremely serious plans to make voting in person in the middle of a pandemic safe were not telling the truth."
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'Absolutely Sickening—and Scary': Man Unfurls Nazi Flag at Bernie Sanders Rally, Heightening Security Concerns
"All people of conscience must condemn this anti-Semitism against the most visible Jewish politician in the country."
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Rejecting 'Profoundly Disturbing' Logic That Criminalizes Empathy, Judge Reverses Convictions of Border Humanitarians
This is the second time in recent months that a federal judge has granted a faith-based defense raised by volunteers prosecuted for providing aid to migrants traveling through the dangerous Arizona desert.
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Critics Decry 'Publicity Stunt With Genuine Consequences' as Trump Deploys 'Surge' of Park Rangers to Patrol Southern Border
"Building a despicable wall through our spectacular borderlands isn't enough for Trump."
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Attempt to 'Criminalize Basic Human Kindness' Fails as Activist Scott Warren Found Not Guilty on All Charges
"The Trump administration is wrong to try to prosecute people who are only trying to save lives. By threatening Dr. Warren with a decade in prison, the U.S. government sought to criminalize compassion."
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A Refrain of 'Drop the Charges' Rises as Scott Warren Faces Retrial for Giving Aid to Migrants in Need
"No one should die while attempting to migrate, and no one deserves to be punished for working to prevent those deaths."
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'All About the Money': Kyrsten Sinema, Lone Senate Democrat Opposed to Net Neutrality, Tied to Comcast Lobbyist's Dark Money Super PAC
"Sinema is arguably the single member of Congress who is carrying the most water for the telecom industry right now and standing in the way of restoring basic net neutrality protections."
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Making National Parks Accessible to Native People Again
A violent, racist history has kept Native people off their ancestral lands for decades. How can we remove the barriers that still exist today?
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Phoenix Voters 'Say Yes to the Future,' Rejecting Koch-Backed Effort to Ban Light Rail Expansion in Least Sustainable US City
"Fantastic news, tinged with a bit of sadness that David Koch didn't live to see Phoenix voters reject his poisonous vision."
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It's Just Good Business: Even Red States Are Dumping Coal for Solar
Arizona, despite being GOP-dominated, is number 3 in the US for residential solar power production. In the first quarter of 2019 alone, Arizona homeowners put in 52.83 megawatts of new solar installations. As for industrial-scale solar, Arizona utility APS generates 1.4 gigawatts worth of solar...
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