All News Articles for 2016-02-18

Thursday, February 18, 2016
Scott Walker Issues "Latest in a Long Line of Attacks" on Women's Health
Bills cut millions in funding to Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin
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US Airstrikes in Afghanistan Killing Civilians at Greatest Rate for Seven Years, New Figures Show
'Bluntly, how many civilians is the US prepared to kill in Afghanistan to achieve its goals?'
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To Protect Flint's Children, Get Them Out of There
Public health expert argues for temporary resettlement to protect children from further risk of poisoning
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'300,000 and Counting': Diverse Coalition Condemns Mega Cable Merger
Attempt by Charter Communications to purchase Time Warner Cable and Bright House has been met with fierce opposition, as a coalition of public interest groups delivers 300,000 comments to the FCC
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#DayWithoutLatinos: Thousands Protest Anti-Immigrant Bills in Wisconsin
'Wisconsin needs Latino and immigrant workers, and today everybody knows it,' says Voces de la Frontera
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Threat of Turkey-Russia Escalation as Wave of Fighters Cross into Syria
'We believe the politics followed by Turkey are very dangerous for all the area, for Turkey, and all the Middle East,' says head of Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party
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Will This Governor Sign 'Unprecedented and Extreme' Bill Attacking Trans Students?
'We should all be concerned when our lawmakers are encouraging state-sanctioned discrimination.'
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Privacy Activists Rally Around Apple in 'Most Important Tech Case in a Decade'
To defend users' privacy rights, Apple refusing to give government encrypted iPhone data in San Bernardino shooting case
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"Certainly Sanders' Moment": Poll Shows Bernie Beating All GOP Hopefuls
Hillary Clinton merely ties—or in some cases, trails—leading Republicans
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