FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Got Rickrolled by Net Neutrality Activists

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By Saurav Sarkar, Free Press When I think about stories I’ll tell my grandkids about my days at Free Press, this week’s protest will be among them. I and several other activists disrupted a public Federal Communications Commission meeting using a classic Internet meme, the “Rickroll,” in a show...
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Attacks on Energy Star Program Hurt Consumers and Threaten Progress on Energy Efficiency Nationwide

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By Jason Kuruvilla and Shannon Baker-Branstetter, Consumers Union You would think that a program that has a over a 1000x return on investment would be a key candidate for further funding. You’d be wrong. The Energy Star program, a voluntary program that certifies products as among the most...
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Pruitt Delays Critical Methane Protections on Specious Grounds

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By Joanne Spalding and Andres Restrepo, Sierra Club Scott Pruitt is continuing his relentless assault on public health and a stable climate as Administrator of Donald Trump’s EPA. Acting at the behest of corporate polluters, Pruitt announced on Tuesday that EPA would reconsider, and delay by 90...
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