All News Articles for 2016-01-28

Thursday, January 28, 2016
While Flint Was Being Poisoned, State Workers "Quietly" Provided Water Coolers
Following release of new document and emails, Gov. Snyder told he must 'explain to the people of Flint why his administration trucked water into a state building while allowing residents to drink unsafe water'
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Sorry, Public, You're Entirely Blocked From Hearing on Surveillance Program
Groups demand House committee lift 'excessive secrecy' for hearing on surveillance law
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FCC Finally Drags Political Ad Transparency Into 21st Century
While there's more to do, unanimous vote will help expose "vital information about who's seeking to influence our elections."
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Big Win for Rooftop Solar as California Vote Boosts Clean Energy
State utilities commission passes incentives program despite efforts by private companies to make it more expensive
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Sanders Calls Out WaPo 'Geniuses' for Epic Failures on Iraq, Economic Meltdown
Campaign's success 'merely proves that many progressives like being told everything they want to hear,' editorial states
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On Climate Questions, Only One Candidate Has All the Right Answers
On issues ranging from Arctic drilling to fossil fuel divestment to fracking to #ExxonKnew, Bernie Sanders' positions align with climate movement
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WHO Warns of 'Explosively Spreading' Zika Virus
Agency will meet to determine if the outbreak, which has gone from 'a mild threat to one of alarming proportions,' should be treated as 'global emergency'
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As Clinton Attends Investor Gala, Sanders Tells Iowans, "I'd Rather Be Here With You"
Events like the one Clinton attended Wednesday night "are exactly why it feels like American democracy is livin' on a prayer these days," writes columnist.
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