D.C. Is Shut Down for the People — and Open for President Trump’s Corporate Cronies

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By Marty Hayden, Earthjustice This week, the heartbreaking struggles faced by out-of-work federal employees and the people who rely on them made headlines, amplifying the impacts of the government shutdown. Furloughed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency employees are struggling to pay for...
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Busy But Still Want to Fight DeVos’s Proposed Title IX Rules? We Got You.

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By Elizabeth Tang, National Women’s Law Center You already know that Betsy DeVos’s proposed Title IX rules on sexual harassment are absolutely horrendous. But sometimes it can feel overwhelming with everything going on in this administration—how do you find the time to stay hydrated, keep...
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New Federal Lead Strategy Is No Gift in the Fight Against Lead Poisoning

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By David Jacobs and Amanda Reddy, National Center for Healthy Housing Just before the holidays and like the Grinch who stole Christmas, the Trump Administration’s release of its new federal lead strategy (the Federal Action Plan to Reduce Childhood Lead Exposures and Associated Health Impacts)...
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