All News Articles for 2015-09-22

Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Joining Bernie and Trumping Obama, Clinton Comes Out Against Keystone XL
In another win for growing climate justice movement, Clinton moves from previous supporter of tar sands project to vocal opponent
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In Frontier Battle Over Sage Grouse, Fossil Fuel Industry is Clear Winner
'The sage grouse is the canary in the coalmine for the whole sage brush ecosystem.'
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As VW Scandal Unfolds, Ripple Effect Extends Through Entire Auto Industry
Calls for criminal prosecution in US increase while international regulators begin ' to ponder whether such deception is widespread'
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Drug Price Gouging Enters Spotlight as Candidates Take on Big Pharma
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton among those calling for reforms to pharmaceutical marketplace
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Is Canada Importing Voter Suppression Tactics from the United States?
Agency that oversees country's elections warns of U.S.-style 'scare tactics, misinformation'
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Son of Victim Arrested for Protesting Military Exploitation of 9/11
'Using Sept. 11 as a justification for an unnecessary war, torture, drone strikes and civilian casualties compounds my grief and is wrong-minded and counterproductive.'
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Singing Her Own Song for Decades, Buffy Sainte-Marie Picks Up Prestigious Prize
Sainte-Marie's album Power in the Blood—her 21st—beat nine other finalists for the award
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New Survey on Campus Sexual Assault Finds 'Deeply Disturbing' Results
More than 27 percent of women and five percent of men said they were victims of sexual assault or misconduct in four years of college
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Colorado Supreme Court to Decide if Citizens Can Ban Fracking
Supreme Court to hear cases from the communities of Longmont and Fort Collins, where courts have overturned local anti-fracking ordinances
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With New Ban on Cultivation, Northern Ireland Joins EU's Anti-GMO Ranks
Environment minister expresses "concern" that growing GMOs would tarnish nation's "clean and green image"
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Warning: TTIP Aims To Defang Local Rules Against Hazardous Chemicals
New report finds that the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership poses a threat to state regulations against hazardous pesticides, products, and fracking chemicals
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As Pope Francis Arrives in DC, Federal Workers Strike Against Poverty Wages
Bernie Sanders joined those who "cook and clean" for nation's lawmakers as they demanded dignity—and a living wage—from those they serve
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As 'Hypocrite' Walker Exits, Workers and Women Offer Gruff Farewells
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker announced Monday he would drop out of the 2016 presidential race
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