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  • ... stores, believe life begins at conception and object on religious grounds to providing health insurance that covers methods of birth ... campaign and sparked public outrage in 2011, ranging from the Occupy movement's 99 percent to the likes of comedians and ...
  • ... author Laura Flanders talks with forward-thinking people from around the world of politics, business, and culture, and introduces the ...
  • ... It took nearly 40 years [until the Pacific Standard Time shows ] for John's work to get mainstream validation here, and I can't help ... Sign up  for our newsletter to get unique arts & culture stories and videos from across Southern California in your inbox. Also, ...
  • ... liberal unhappy. And most of the Senator's positions on environmental issues have been no exception. ... be seeking re-election in 2016, praise has been rolling in from most quarters for Senator Barbara Boxer, California's so-called "liberal ... And though the vast majority of the U.S environmental movement opposed the attempt to weaken dolphin protections, which they dubbed ...
  • ... back in November of 2012 when New York fast food workers from several national chains started striking for better pay, work ... and almost three years later, the "Fight for $15" movement has made enormous progress on the state and federal level. But ...
  • ... precedents for the century’s most popular ministers from Billy Graham to Oral Roberts to Pat Robertson.” [2] McPherson ... blocks. She was smart to do so; religion as economic renewal was in full swing. Between 1916 and 1926, the value of church and ...
  • ... activities during a one-week period earlier this month. It shows that the movement continues despite evictions from pubic parks and the loss of daily media interest. Occupy L.A., ...
  • ... Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to devote proceeds from closing a polluting desert coal-fired power plant to promote renewable ... the Colorado River Valley with toxic smoke. Locals relate stories of days the skies stayed the color of chocolate. Despite years ...
  • ... are often deprived of basic rights and services, such as religious services, and educational and vocational training, advocates say. ... LGBT inmates are often housed in separate units apart from the general population. Some inmates and advocates support the use of ...
  • ... The easy answer is "no." Natural gas as produced from wells, fracked or otherwise, is a fossil fuel. Burning it adds carbon ... pressurized fluids allows cheaper extraction of more gas from the ground, and so as the practice spread over the last decade ...

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