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The Awesome Life of an American Congressman
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Inequality Is Still a Big Problem, One We Can Tackle
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Mobilizing the Rich to 'Change the Balance of Power'
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- January 13, 2015A roundup of some of the stories we're reading at Moyers & Company HQ...
- Anastasia Pantsios | EcoWatch | January 12, 2015A veteran midwife is under attack for questioning the rise of infant deaths in a Utah oil boomtown.
- Cass Sunstein & Reid Hastie | January 12, 2015A former White House administrator says proposed rules are often changed and improved based on citizens' comments.
- Zach Carter | The Huffington Post | January 12, 2015Finally, some sense from Democrats in the House. Last week, 44 "flipped" and came out against the Volcker Rule delay.
- January 12, 2015A roundup of some of the stories we're reading at Moyers & Company HQ...
- Katie Rose Quandt | January 10, 2015The Senate's Energy and Natural Resources Committee met last Wednesday to mark up the pipeline bill.
- Tom Engelhardt | TomDispatch | January 9, 2015They would think Washington has invented a system so dumb, so extreme and so fundamentalist that changing it will surely prove a stunningly difficult task.