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Sep
23
“It’s Going To Spill”

“It’s Going To Spill”

On the ground with water protectors fighting the construction of the Line 3 tar sands pipeline in Minnesota.
Sep
21
Sinema Threat Followed Boost From Pharma Group

Sinema Threat Followed Boost From Pharma Group

A PhRMA-backed dark money group started running ads for Kyrsten Sinema just before she threatened to take down Democrats’ drug pricing plan.
Sep
21
“We’re In The Fight Of Our Lives”

“We’re In The Fight Of Our Lives”

The battle over mask mandates is heating up as students return to school.
Sep
20
Dems Flail Over Pharma Cash And Drug Pricing Vote

Dems Flail Over Pharma Cash And Drug Pricing Vote

Scott Peters, Kurt Schrader, and Kathleen Rice mount weak, incoherent responses trying to explain why they torpedoed a plan to let Medicare negotiate drug prices.
Sep
20
Public Record Request Seminar on 9/22

Public Record Request Seminar on 9/22

Daily Poster senior editor and reporter Andrew Perez will share with subscribers the secrets of successful public record requests.
Sep
19
WEEKEND READER: The Great Bacon Panic Of 2021

WEEKEND READER: The Great Bacon Panic Of 2021

Claims of a coming “bacon apocalypse” miss what’s really going on in the nation’s factory farms.
Sep
18
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Congress Expands Big Oil Investigation

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Congress Expands Big Oil Investigation

Also: Americans are realizing the Supreme Court sucks, and Bernie takes a stand on the reconciliation package.
Sep
17
“Does Not Present Sufficient Cause”

“Does Not Present Sufficient Cause”

Environmentalists slam the White House for brushing off the IPCC report and expanding offshore drilling.
Sep
15
Big Pharma’s Democrats

Big Pharma’s Democrats

Three House Dems working to kill drug price legislation raked in roughly $1.6 million from pharma donors — and the top aide for one of them is now a pharma lobbyist.
Sep
15
Whip Count: The Democrats Who Support the Progressive Reconciliation Strategy

Whip Count: The Democrats Who Support the Progressive Reconciliation Strategy

A running tally of which Democratic lawmakers are — and are not — publicly committing to withhold their votes on the bipartisan infrastructure bill in support of robust budget