Cleaning Up Coal’s Act

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By Mia Steinle and Ari Goldberg, Project on Government Oversight If public lands are owned by the American people, shouldn’t taxpayers get their fair share of profits from gas, oil, and minerals that private companies pull out of that ground and sell on global markets? That’s the premise of...
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Wells Fargo Refuses to Stop Using Forced Arbitration

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By Amanda Werner, Public Citizen The Fair Arbitration Now coalition strongly denounces Wells Fargo and its CEO, John Stumpf, for refusing to end the bank’s practice of preventing defrauded customers from suing in court. At a hearing held in the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on...
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Why SOPRA Is Not the Answer

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By Bill Funk, Center for Progressive Reform The Separation of Powers Restoration Act, or more easily known as SOPRA, is not a complicated bill. If enacted, it would amend the Administrative Procedure Act to require courts to decide de novo all questions of law, whether constitutional,...
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