Study Shows Stunning Neglect of Public Will on Net Neutrality

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By Free Press Last week, nearly one year after the FCC’s unpopular vote to take Net Neutrality protections off the books, a Stanford University researcher announced a game-changing discovery: After sifting through 22 million public comments and filtering out all duplicates and fakes, researcher...
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These Conservative State Officials’ Lawsuits Attacking Federal Protections Harm Their Fellow Residents

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By Sam Berger, Center for American Progress During the Obama administration, conservative state officials frequently used litigation to attack progressive policies they opposed. Now, they have found a willing partner in the Trump administration. When sued by these state officials, the...
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OSHA’s Fall Regulatory Agenda: Worker Protections Not a Priority

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By Katie Tracy, Center for Progressive Reform The Trump administration has few plans to protect workers from emerging workplace health and safety hazards, according to the regulatory agenda released by the White House on October 16. This is nothing new for this administration, which has...
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