With an economy in crisis, Governor Mary Fallin and Sooner State Republicans are engaged in a dramatic about-face on Obamacare and Medicaid expansion.
Meanwhile, the lead content of Flint water remains way above safe levels, and people are forced to use bottled water for drinking.
The EPA tried over and over again to get Snyder to take measures that would neutralize the lead leaching into the water from the pipes.
Is there a human right to age in dignity? Some countries think so. Unfortunately, ours isn't one of them.
"My fear is in two years, pipes will be fixed but all the injustices that brought this about will remain."
South Carolinians desperately need better paying jobs, more accessible health care and better schools, but Governor Haley is using a $400 million surplus for tax cuts for the wealthy.
Sanders suggests we look to a place like Denmark not because it is socialist or capitalist, but because the people there enjoy a higher quality of life.
Rebecca Davis Lee became the first African-American woman to become a physician in the United States.
In the face of increasing fossil fuel disasters and legal crackdowns on civil disobedience, the need for this organization and others like it has never been greater.
"It's very pricey and taxing to our community - it's like you're a prisoner to the situation: you pay your bills, but you don't get your water... It's awful."