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Elizabeth Warren & Thomas Piketty introduce online premiere of their interview for MoveOn members
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Tonight, more than 10,000 MoveOn members will gather virtually for the online launch of a landmark conversation between Senator Elizabeth Warren and economist Thomas Piketty about the challenge of economic inequality in America. Sen. Warren and Dr. Piketty each have a book on the current New York Times bestseller list: Warren’s A Fighting Chance and Piketty’s Capital […]

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NY MoveOn members support a progressive challenger to Gov. Cuomo
NY Governors Race Survey Results

 Here’s what a few MoveOn members shared: “Instead of representing New Yorkers who want progressive solutions to growing economic inequality, Cuomo is siding with employers and Wall Street because he thinks that will help his presidential ambitions,” wrote David L., a MoveOn member from Brooklyn, as he responded to the survey. “We need a governor […]

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Amplify the powerful message of a bereaved father
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Richard Martinez’s son was killed in the UC Santa Barbara mass shooting. We want to get video footage of his powerful public remarks in front of every staffer on Capitol Hill in Washington, and every state legislator around the country. MoveOn members are chipping in now to make that happen. Watch Mr. Martinez’s powerful interview […]

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This is what saving the Internet looks like:
MoveOn members rally in 19 cities to protest the FCC's proposal to end the Internet as we know it

Together, we did something unprecedented. Last Thursday, May 15, within minutes of a vote in Washington, D.C. that set the stage for a showdown over the future of the Internet, MoveOn members and allies from Fight for the Future, Free Press, and CREDO were in the streets, gathering at rarely-visited, remote FCC offices in 19 […]

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May 15: Save the Internet

Today, the Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on introducing a proposal that could put the Internet as we know it at risk. The FCC proposal could allow big corporations like Verizon and Comcast to charge big websites for an Internet fast lane, putting the rest of us in the slow lane and tearing […]

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