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With Plan to Subsidize Internet Access for the Poor, FCC Seeks to 'Reboot'
" A world of broadband 'haves' and 'have-nots' is a world where none of us will have the opportunity to enjoy the full fruits of what broadband has to offer," said FCC chair Tom Wheeler.
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Breathtaking In Its Stupidity
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Forget 9-9-9, Progressives and Workers Should Back 10-10-10
For too many working Americans, paid sick leave, vacation days, and paid holidays are just a dream, but it doesn't need to be this way.
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How Chicago Cops Protect and Serve
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Sanders Bill Signals Growth of Broad Robin Hood Tax Movement
Seven years after Wall Street gamblers wrenched the U.S. economy into the worst economic swoon since the Great Depression, the movement to make the high rollers pay some restitution to people and communities harmed by their profligacy is gaining stream. Earlier this month, Vermont Sen. Bernie...
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Tracking the Progress of the Progressive Agenda
We live in a political era dominated by corporate cash, billionaire “beauty pageants,” and a right-wing noise machine whose rhetorical phasers are permanently set to “stun.” It’s easy to lose track of ourselves when we’re distracted from moment to moment by Fox News pinwheels and celebrity-driven...
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The Nuclear Freeze Campaign Prevented an Apocalypse, So Can the Climate Movement
2014 was the hottest year in recorded history. 2015 is on track to be even hotter — and yet, before the most important international climate talks of the decade, even the most ambitious promises of action will fall short of what science demands. At the same time, the movement to stop climate change...
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On Imperishable Honor and Glory
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Endangered Elephants to Mandarin: I'd Rather Stay At the Ritz
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The Wage War's Two Battlegrounds: The Ballot Box and the Board Room
On Tuesday, the Los Angeles City Council voted 14-1 to adopt a citywide minimum wage of $15/hour by 2020. The next day, marching behind a giant banner that read, "McDonald's: $15 and Union Rights, Not Food Stamps," 5,000 cooks and cashiers show up at the company's corporate headquarters in Oak...
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