Posts By Emily Dhatt

VICTORY: Tennessee Restores Public School Funding
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Funding for public education in Tennessee was threatened when Governor Bill Haslam backed a bill to use taxpayers’ dollars to issue vouchers to for-profit private schools. So Jane Curtis and the Rutherford County Retired Teachers Association started a MoveOn Petition to the Tennessee General Assembly and Gov. Haslam, demanding that public funds be directed toward public education.

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VICTORY: Maine Rejects Propane Storage Tank Proposal
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DCP Midstream proposed building of a 22 million-gallon liquid propane storage tank in Searsport, Maine, which would mean more than a hundred trucks carrying highly volatile fuel through small coastal towns, causing noise, air, and light pollution. So Nancy-Linn Nellis started a MoveOn Petition to Maine’s governor and legislature to stop the proposal.

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VICTORY: Logging Project in Oregon Brought to a Halt
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In 2009, the United States Forest Service (USFS) proposed a logging sale known as the Goose Project, to thin forests surrounding the community of McKenzie Bridge, Oregon. Concerned Bend, Oregon MoveOn member Jerry Gilmour started a MoveOn Petition to the USFS demanding that a non-biased, accurate environmental impact statement be prepared and released to the public before the project could be implemented.

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Save the Senate

The latest polls show Republicans are poised to take control of the Senate this November if progressives don't show up to vote. We've got a plan that's proven to be effective, but it can't happen without you …

Revoke Wall Street's License to Steal

We call on your financial institution to remove the forced arbitration requirements from your contracts with customers. Forced arbitration functions as a license to steal that makes it impossible for …

Woman's voice silenced by gun laws!

Don’t let gun laws stifle free speech. No state should allow its gun laws to violate the First Amendment. Public institutions of higher education should have the ability to protect college students …