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Take a look here and you will see that the mask is off — major corporate media outlets are now actively lobbying to kill climate legislation.

The Daily Poster has been doing the opposite. We helped set up the definitive whip count helping readers hold their representatives accountable, and progressive lawmakers’ stand last night proved that work is making a difference. We’ve also been breaking scoop after scoop after scoop after scoop demonstrating how the corrupt lawmakers trying to kill the legislation are enriching their corporate donors.

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