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VICTORY: Tennessee Kills “Turn Away Gays” Bill
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S.B. 2566, introduced in the Tennessee General Assembly, would have allowed bakeries, florists, and other wedding professionals to turn away LGBT customers on religious grounds. That’s why Shelbyville, Tennessee, MoveOn member Gerald Norman started a MoveOn Petition to state legislators, asking them to drop their sponsorship of the bill.

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VICTORY: University of Virginia Recommits to Funding Low-Income Students
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Last year, the University of Virginia announced plans to slash $6 billion from its budget by decreasing funding for the AccessUVA program, which offers grants to low-income students. That’s why U.Va. alumnus Mary Nguyen Barry teamed up with the organization I Am Not A Loan to start a MoveOn Petition to the U.Va. Board of Visitors, demanding that the school reinstate its no-loan policy for talented, very low-income students.

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Daylin Leach for Congress!
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In a four-way vote, Daylin Leach earned the support of 55% of MoveOn members to garner the official endorsement of the 16,000 MoveOn members in Pennsylvania’s 13th district.  Here’s what a few MoveOn members across Pennsylvania’s 13th district had to share about Daylin:   “Daylin Leach is a true progressive with exceptional people skills. His […]

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VICTORY: Judge Reprimanded for 31-Day Rape Sentencing
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In August 2013, Montana Judge G. Todd Baugh sentenced a former high school teacher to just 31 days in prison for the repeated rape of a 14-year-old student. Disturbingly, Baugh argued that the victim was “older than her chronological age” and “as much in control of the situation” as her 49-year-old rapist. That’s why Billings, Montana, resident Kate Olp started a MoveOn Petition urging Judge Baugh to resign.

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VICTORY: Shell Oil's Plans for Unsafe Arctic Drilling Halted
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In November of 2013, Shell Oil announced plans to drill in the waters of America’s Arctic Ocean, a plan that threatened the wildlife, human communities, and environmental stability of the region. That’s why the organization Earthjustice started a MoveOn Petition asking the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to keep the Arctic free of unsafe oil drilling.

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