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Jan
15
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Essential Workers Rise Up

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Essential Workers Rise Up

Also, climate organizers are tackling fossil fuels at the state level, New York could get a new offshore wind farm, and an Ohio court rejects undemocratic legislative maps.
Jan
08
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Progressives Are Ready To Pack The Court

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Progressives Are Ready To Pack The Court

Also: Negligent nursing homes face a legal reckoning, and coal country is going green.
Dec
26
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Coal Miners Want Build Back Better

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Coal Miners Want Build Back Better

Also: The Biden administration extends the pause on student loan repayments, and New York City is banning fossil fuels in new buildings.
Dec
18
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: The Sacklers Strike Out

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: The Sacklers Strike Out

The billionaire family is one step closer to facing real accountability for the opioid crisis.
Dec
11
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: A Red State Goes Green

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: A Red State Goes Green

Also: A U.S. Starbucks just voted to form a union, and the chief impediment to a COVID-19 vaccine patent waiver has left office.
Dec
04
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Drone Strikes Are Going Down

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Drone Strikes Are Going Down

Also: A pipeline project is defeated, and disarmament proponents get a seat at the table.
Nov
20
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Federal Regulators Bare Their Teeth

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Federal Regulators Bare Their Teeth

Also: Build Back Better passes the House of Representatives, and the Teamsters union elects a reform slate.
Nov
13
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Accountability Journalism To The Rescue

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Accountability Journalism To The Rescue

From the launch of a worker-owned Appeal to a Jacobin-crafted board game, journalists are scoring wins.
Oct
30
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: How To Cancel Debt

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: How To Cancel Debt

Oct
23
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: California Takes On Big Oil

YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: California Takes On Big Oil

Also: Kyrsten Sinema is starting to take heat, and a tight labor market is empowering workers.