What Will Become of the CFPB’s Case Against Santander?

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By Jim Lardner, Americans for Financial Reform More eyes than ever will be on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, now that a federal judge has refused to immediately block the Trump Administration’s effort to install OMB director Mick Mulvaney as acting director. One thing to watch will...
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The Movement to Stop Chairman Pai from Breaking the Internet

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By Amy Kroin, Free Press Millions of people have gotten involved in the Net Neutrality fight since word of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s awful plan broke through in a big way last Tuesday. #NetNeutrality trended globally on Twitter that day and was the top-trending hashtag in the United States....
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Clean Water Laws Need to Catch Up with Science

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By Evan Isaacson, Center for Progressive Reform The field of environmental law often involves tangential explorations of scientific concepts. Lately, one scientific term – hydrologic connectivity – seems to keep finding its way into much of my work. As for many others, this principle of...
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