What’s Next for the Clean Power Plan?

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By David Doniger, Natural Resources Defense Council On Tuesday, February 9th, a 5-4 majority of the Supreme Court unexpectedly issued a “stay” blocking the Clean Power Plan – the centerpiece of U.S. action on climate change – until litigation over its legality is...
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Unlocking the Set-Top Box Could Help Level the Playing Field for Programmers of Color

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By Joseph Torres, FreePress During the 1970s, many people of color viewed the emerging cable industry as the last chance to create a just media system for their communities. Back then, the Urban Institute’s Charles Tate called the industry “the last communications frontier for the oppressed.”...
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Supreme Court Can’t Put the Genie Back in the Bottle When It Comes to Climate Progress

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By Abigail Dillen, Earthjustice America’s contribution to global climate action is unfolding against the backdrop of a courtroom drama that threatens to obscure what should be center stage—the accelerating shift away from coal and toward clean energy that is already happening across the...
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No Stay on Clean Power Leadership by the States

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By Kit Kennedy, Natural Resources Defense Council Seventeen state governors, Republicans and Democrats both, yesterday announced a new accord to move ahead together on clean energy solutions. This effort comes despite last week’s surprising Supreme Court ruling that puts a temporary pause...
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