ALEC's annual meeting in NOLA continues war on workers and voters, with Janus v. AFSCME victory lap and pro-gerrymandering resolution.
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You wouldn't watch your kid gobble up nine teaspoons of sugar a day would you?
Watch out public health advocates - as soda taxes are bubbling up in cities across the nation - the beverage industry is working to choke off this expression of local democracy.
The Roman god Janus was known for having two faces. It is a fitting name for the U.S. Supreme Court case scheduled for oral arguments February 26.
Universal Vouchers for Families of All Incomes on the Arizona Ballot in November 2018.