In First for Consumer Safety, Federal Commission Moves to Ban Entire Class of Toxic Flame Retardants

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By Jessica Knoblauch, Earthjustice A recent, groundbreaking decision by the Consumer Product Safety Commission may signal a major shift in how consumer products are regulated to keep us safe from toxic chemicals. For the first time ever, federal regulators have called for banning an entire...
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The Supreme Court Has a Chance to Restore a Critical Right to Women at Work

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By Marni von Wilpert, Economic Policy Institute In 2017, the nation has been publically discussing what many women have known privately for years —there is still a vast amount of sexual harassment and gender discrimination in America’s workplaces. The revelations about Harvey Weinstein are the...
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Team Internet Activists Share Their Stories on Capitol Hill

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By Alison Brzenchek, Free Press Activists from across the country recently traveled to Washington, D.C., to tell their lawmakers that they oppose FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s effort to eliminate the Title II Net Neutrality rules that protect the free and open internet. Sean Frame, Spencer Graves and...
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