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Accidents and Disasters
August 27, 2015
After a Disaster Like Katrina, Water, Food, and Shelter Are Not Enough
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, residents are still fighting scam contractors and FEMA.
August 26, 2015
Hawaii’s Governor Dumps Oil and Gas in Favor of 100 Percent Renewables
An unlikely partnership between Hawaii’s local government and the US military makes the island a leader in energy policy.
August 24, 2015
I’m a State Senator, and I’m Not Afraid of Race
It’s way past time for everyone, and certainly anyone who considers themselves a progressive, to center race in our conversations.
August 17, 2015
Black Women in the Rural South Are Still Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired
A new report finds that too many suffer from rampant poverty and limited access to healthcare.
August 11, 2015
What the Media Gets Wrong About the South
We have stopped listening to those who can bring progress to the South, in favor of using it as a scapegoat for the nation’s larger racial and economic woes.
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July 24, 2015
Bobby Jindal, Does Louisiana ‘Love Us Some Guns’ Now?
The Louisiana Governor and GOP presidential candidate bears much responsibility for the fact that his state has some of the laxest gun laws in the US—and leads the country in gun deaths.
July 23, 2015
Meet ALEC’s Little Brother, ACCE
The right-wing lobby’s newest offshoot is equipping city and county officials with the tools to promote special-interest bills at the local level.
July 22, 2015
Scott Walker Is Trolling Us
Sports as political money laundering is nothing new. But it's difficult to think of an example as brazen as Scott Walker's stadium deal for the Milwaukee Bucks.
July 21, 2015
In Indiana, Employers Can Fire Workers for Being Gay or Trans—and They Do, All the Time
LGBT Americans now have the freedom to marry—but what about freedom from discrimination at work? That’ll take a new movement.
July 16, 2015
Chris Christie Is Turning Tap Water Into a Private Commodity
A new law pushed by the governor makes it even easier for towns to sell their public utilities to private corporations.
James F. Kelly