Here’s What Congress Needs to Do If the FCC Kills Net Neutrality

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By Dana Floberg, Free Press This Thursday, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and the two other Republican commissioners are likely to vote to strike down the Net Neutrality protections and break the open internet. We haven’t made it easy for them. Millions of us have been fighting back online and off,......
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A Child of the Rust Belt

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By David Goldstein, Natural Resources Defense Council I grew up in Cleveland in the 1950s. For the past century, Cleveland had been a high-tech industrial powerhouse. But it was already visibly in decline, and this blog explains some of what went wrong and how we can avoid these mistakes in......
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EPA Stalls on Regulating Chemical That Sickened Katrina Refugees

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By Patti Goldman, Earthjustice Today was supposed to be a milestone. It would have marked a victory for public health and peace of mind for people who’ve been sickened by formaldehyde, a known carcinogen that is nevertheless used in many wood adhesives. December 12, 2017, is the date an EPA......
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