All News Articles for 2017-11-28

Tuesday, November 28, 2017
In 'Blow to American Consumers,' Trump-Appointed Judge Sides With Trump on CFPB
"Who knows what deep damage Mulvaney will do until the D.C. Circuit can right this wrong."
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Silent on the Exploitation That Fuels Her Luxury Brand, Ivanka Trump's Speech on Women's Empowerment Denounced as "Hollow"
"Another international trip, another empty, platitude-filled speech from Ivanka Trump."
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'Kill the Bill, Don't Kill Us': Protesters Arrested as GOP Pushes Senate Tax Bill Forward
Resistance groups hold protests across country as Republicans clear committee vote, advancing bill to Senate floor
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Study Shows Corporate Cable Networks Largely Ignoring FCC Plan to Kill Net Neutrality
NBC , ABC , and CBS have devoted just over two minutes combined to net neutrality since FCC chair Pai unveiled his plan to scrap the rules
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Warren Urges CFPB Defenders to Fight Trump's 'Double Kiss to Wall Street'
"For six years, this agency has fought to give consumers a chance. For six years, this agency has fought for working people. And now it's time for us to fight for the agency."
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Shutdown Inches Closer as Pelosi and Schumer Ditch WH Budget Meeting After Trump Tweets He "Doesn't See a Deal"
President sabotages his own legislative summit on a budget deal by telling Democratic leaders deal unlikely just ahead of meeting
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Sanders Intros $146 Billion 'Transformation Blueprint' for Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands
As Democrats co-sponsor bill, Sen. Elizabeth Warren highlights key demand for total debt relief in addition to renewable energy overhaul
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'Sham': EPA Ripped for Holding Lone Public Hearing on Clean Power Plan Repeal in Coal Country
"The EPA is having this hearing here because they think everyone in West Virginia opposes the Clean Power Plan. We're going to show them differently," said one Sierra Club organizer
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Sanders Demands Ryan, McConnell Come Clean on GOP Plan to Gut Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security
"The bottom line is that the American people have a right to know exactly how you plan to pay for a $1.4 trillion increase in the deficit before, not after, tax legislation is signed into law," Sanders wrote in a letter to GOP leaders
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