All News Articles for 2017-03-28

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Sanctuary Cities 'Stand Resolute' in Face of Threatened Funding Cut-Off
Officials from country's largest urban centers strategized on sheltering undocumented immigrants after White House announced plan to withhold federal aid
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Smog envelopes the Salt Lake City skyline in November 2016. 'Sheer Reckless Folly': Trump Destroys Obama-Era Climate Rules
"Aside from provoking a large-scale nuclear war, it is hard to imagine an American president taking an action more harmful to the U.S. than Trump's effort to accelerate greenhouse gas emissions"
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With House Vote, GOP Puts Your Personal Online Data Up for Sale
With Trump expected to sign proposed law, resolution would dismantle 'years of privacy protection that people have had in this country'
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Resolution to Get Trump's Taxes from Steven Mnuchin Faces Vote Tuesday
'If this resolution fails, the public should know which members of Congress are continuing to allow President Trump to hide his business dealings'
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The coal-powered Castle Gate power plant in Utah, pictured in 2007. The plant was closed in 2015. Contrary to Spin, Trump Slashing Energy Jobs With New Executive Order
"These facts make it clear that Donald Trump is attacking clean energy jobs purely in order to boost the profits of fossil fuel billionaires"
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Trump Taps Bush-Era Official Who Defended Mega-Merger as Antitrust Chief
Makan Delrahim once said he didn't see maligned AT&T/Time Warner merger as "major antitrust problem"
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Nunes Faces Ethics Complaint, Calls for Recusal Amid Growing White House Scandal
"He shouldn't be anywhere near this investigation, let alone leading it"
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RESIST DAY #68: What You Can Do Today
Resistance in your community, across the country, and around the globe
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