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Don’t Let This Cable Giant Stamp Out Democracy

Comcast’s gleaming tower soars over its hometown of Philadelphia. The cable giant’s presence in the city is palpable. You’d like to believe that the company... Read more »

Parental Equality Post-Divorce Offers Solution to Gender Pay Inequality

There’s been buzz this week around Equal Pay Day, although there’s an important piece missing from the conversation: In order to close the gender pay gap, we... Read more »

Water Use Goes Up: Shame On Us

The news that Californians have failed to reduce water consumption in line with the governor’s emergency drought order is discouraging. In January of this year,... Read more »

Stark Choices: People’s Budget vs. Republican Plan

The annual federal budget debate typically doesn’t excite many folks outside the Washington beltway.  And with good reason – the Republican budget process is... Read more »

A Higher Education Revolution

You might not have noticed it yet, but student protests are undergoing something of a renaissance. They’re rising to levels unseen in decades. In California, students... Read more »

Easter and Passover Wishes

The world’s Christians and Jews will celebrate two important religious observations starting tomorrow. Christians believe God allowed his only Son, Jesus Christ,... Read more »

Green Jobs: The Promise and the Reality of AB 32

When running for office politicians make many promises to gain your support and vote for them. Once they get into office they seem to forget those promises hoping... Read more »

California Climate Policy Changing Latino Lives for the Better

Something amazing is starting in California, and it’s changing Latino lives for the better all over our state. Jesus Magallanes, who usually calls himself Jesse,... Read more »

Parents Need to Guard Their Child’s Privacy

A recent survey by the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s hospital revealed that a majority of parents are using social medial outlets to share photos... Read more »

Household Debt Is a National Crisis

Years after Toni Potter’s husband passed away from pancreatic cancer, debt collectors in her state of Washington were still relentlessly hounding her about his... Read more »

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