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The bad news? The forces of opposition may be just as strong as he is.
Inside the movement that’s pushing to make a living wage a reality in Seattle.
The New York real estate market has become a private equity playground, and the result has been a disaster for tenants and the market alike.
With liberal hopes dashed in Washington, political energy is gathering in cities, where social change is actually possible.
As residents complain of nosebleeds and headaches, the country’s biggest oil-producing city moves to ban hydraulic fracturing.
The Jackson mayor had ambitious plans to bring “people power” and a “solidarity economy” to his city and state.
The case for Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan does not actually require copious amounts of data on long-term educational outcomes.
New York City’s new public advocate on homeless children, the former mayor and her office’s shrunken budget.
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