More Mayors Pledge to Champion Net Neutrality

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By Timothy Karr, Free Press The number of mayors pledging to refuse to do business with online gatekeepers has grown to 16 since New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled MayorsForNetNeutrality.org on Sunday. Mayor De Blasio, who announced the initiative during an appearance at the SXSW...
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Kneecapping CERCLA Won’t Get Rid of Air Pollution from Ag

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By Laurie Ristino, Center for Progressive Reform Who doesn’t want to breathe clean air? Unfortunately, a “bipartisan” bill now working its way through the Senate would undermine our ability to address a growing source of air pollution – livestock operations. The so-called Fair...
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Asbestos Found in Children’s Products

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By Dev Gowda, U.S. PIRG The PIRG Consumer Watchdog team recently found that three different products sold by national retail brand Claire’s contain alarming amounts of asbestos. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers it “unacceptable” for cosmetic talc to be contaminated with...
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