City Energy Project Mayors Support the Clean Power Plan

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By Kimi Narita and Emily Barkdoll, Natural Resources Defense Council Over 230 mayors from across the United States, including a significant majority of those participating in City Energy Project, strongly oppose EPA’s proposed repeal of Clean Power Plan, the first national limit on carbon...
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Breaking the Cycle of Debt: Why We Need the Payday Lending Rule

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By Mike Litt, U.S. PIRG Payday lending has long led to schemes that literally trap consumers in consecutive loans with obscenely high interest rates. We call them debt traps for a reason. These tricks marketed to financially vulnerable consumers are exactly why the Consumer Financial Protection...
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A Poisonous Frog in the Barrow: Department of Justice Actions Undermine Public Health and Safety

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By Andrew Rosenberg, Union of Concerned Scientists In my opinion, the quote of the week last week came from Chicago Tribune reporter Steve Chapman, who wrote, “Trying to point out the mistakes, transgressions and failures of the Trump administration is like trying to load frogs into a...
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