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Did you catch MSNBC tonight? Al Sharpton covered our campaign for Medicaid expansion and the outrageous lawsuit filed against MoveOn on Friday, which tries to silence us for speaking the truth about the millions of Americans being left without health care due to the intransigence of Republicans like Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. Watch it here […]

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VICTORY: University of Wisconsin-Madison Takes Steps to Protect Workers in Bangladesh
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For months, students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison voiced their outrage over their university’s use of foreign manufacturers in Bangladesh—many with ties to worker safety issues—only to be ignored. When the University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced that she was days away from a decision on what to do in the matter, United Students Against Sweatshops decided to step up the pressure and create a MoveOn petition demanding that she take real steps to protect garment workers in Bangladesh.

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In Wake of Exxon CEO’s Lawsuit Against Local Fracking Infrastructure, MoveOn.org Offers Tillerson “FrackingFighter” Award to Help Stop Fracking in His Community
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In reaction to news out earlier this week that ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson was filing a lawsuit to stop the construction of a water tower in his community used for storing water for fracking, MoveOn.org has decided to offer the CEO its #FrackingFighter grant, which provides training, materials, and up to $500 in reimbursements in expenses for materials used to run an anti-fracking campaign in a local community.

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Demand Mayor Rahm Emanuel Resign!

For over a year, Mayor Rahm Emanuel knew about the gruesome murder of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald at the hands of Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke. In fact, it wasn’t until a journalist sued the city of Chicago to get video footage of the murder released and the Black community rose up in protest that Mayor Emanuel finally decided to …