Politics
This Week’s Political Cartoon: Planet Earth’s Election To-Do List

This Week’s Political Cartoon: Planet Earth’s Election To-Do List

  As if 2020 couldn’t bring more chaos, in the past 2 weeks we’ve experienced a hurricane, wildfires in Southern California, a derecho that brought multiple tornados and that’s all while the COVID-19 pandemic is still very much raging out of control. For many of us, a change in presidential leadership this November is crucial […]

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As Arizona Senate Race Heats Up, Will Climate Change Be on the Agenda?

As Arizona Senate Race Heats Up, Will Climate Change Be on the Agenda?

Arizona’s Senate race is one of the most pivotal races for Democrats this fall–already $9.3 million has been spent on ads in the state. The party hopes that this is the election that flips Arizona blue as incumbent Martha McSally (R) who was appointed to serve out the rest of the late Senator John McCain’s […]

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Joe Biden Picks Kamala Harris as Running Mate and What This Means for Climate in 2020

Joe Biden Picks Kamala Harris as Running Mate and What This Means for Climate in 2020

Yesterday, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden announced his pick of California Senator Kamala Harris to be his running mate. While many had speculated Harris would be the presumptive vice-presidential nominee, her addition to the Democratic ticket is an important one for climate action and environmental justice. Harris has been a steady champion of climate […]

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Donald Trump, The President Infectious Diseases Everywhere Have Been Waiting For

Donald Trump, The President Infectious Diseases Everywhere Have Been Waiting For

  If you’re an infectious disease with the sole aim of infecting as many people as possible, then Donald Trump seems like your perfect president. In one of the more bizarre recent interviews the President has given, he told Axios’ Jonathan Swam that he has the coronavirus situation under control. When Swam pushed back and […]

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Brand New Polling Shows That Climate Moves Voters in Four Key States/Senate Races

Brand New Polling Shows That Climate Moves Voters in Four Key States/Senate Races

Progressive climate policies are more popular in key battleground states — Arizona, North Carolina, Iowa and Maine — than previously understood, according to fresh polling from Data for Progress Indeed, voters in these key Senate races want candidates to deliver “bold climate action” and consider the climate crisis a “Day 1 priority.”

Why This Matters:  In these four states, climate change is not a future problem — it is an emergency today.

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Heroes of the Week: Investigative Reporters In Ohio Who Blew the Lid On Dirty Power Scandal

Heroes of the Week: Investigative Reporters In Ohio Who Blew the Lid On Dirty Power Scandal

A team of investigative reporters from the Akron Beacon Journal, Cincinnati Enquirer, and the Columbus Dispatch (all part of the USA Today Network) have been doing some top-notch investigative reporting, helping to expose one of the largest corruption scheme in the history of the state.  Their recent stories have shed a light on the elaborate […]

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