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Ending corporate personhood: A bipartisan unicorn?

Due to voters' wariness of Wall Street 'elites', it comes as no surprise that there exists support for the elimination of corporate personhood.

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At U.S. Capitol: 1,275 arrested fighting for democracy

Our nonviolent, civil disobedience was one action among many during a week-long mobilization aimed at starting a new, broad-based movement to restore democracy in the U.S.

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Robin Hood tax “steals” from rich and gives to just about everyone else

After the financial crisis, Wells Fargo and JP Morgan Chase were bailed out while ordinary Americans were left to suffer.

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Down the rabbit hole: Kochs want an end to corporate welfare?

To believe that the Kochs or the far-gone, far-right Republican Party have your best interest at heart, you'd have to be as mad as a hatter.

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Major moves towards corporate accountability

In two major moves towards corporate accountability to everyone else, states and cities are being urged to disclose total tax subsidies to corporations.

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Koch brothers can’t conceal their love for Scott Walker

Walker desperately needs the Kochs and has clung to their brand since 2008.

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Teamsters' teach-in spotlights environmental injustice at hazardous Missouri landfill

The landfill contains 8,700 tons of un-containerized radioactive waste and there's a fire at the site.

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Supreme Court allows corporations to deny birth control coverage

The Supreme Court ruled that family-owned corporations can use religious objections to opt out of the Affordable Care Act requirement that they cover contraceptives for women.

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House Dems side with labor on trade pact

"Labor rights are now government-to-government in trade pacts, while corporate rights get to go over the top of governments."

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Is this what for-profit health care looks like?

The movement to hold California-based Prime Healthcare Services accountable grows.

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