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Nullification: How states are making it a felony to enforce federal gun laws   |   May 6, 2013
By Lois Beckett, ProPublica In mid-April, Kansas passed a law asserting that federal gun regulations do not apply to guns made and owned in Kansas. Under the law, Kansans could...

 

Aging undocumented immigrants: A burden or a boon?   |   April 29, 2013
By Paul Kleyman, New America Media As the debate over immigration reform tugs predictably back in Washington, an undercurrent of ageism and disability bias has been flowing...

 

VOICES: Yes, voter suppression is controversial   |   December 14, 2012
By Chris Fitzsimon, NC Policy Watch It's a telling commentary on the current political dynamics in North Carolina that not only is voter suppression legislation expected to...

 

Big electric companies behind 'grassroots' ad campaign in Florida   |   October 16, 2012
By Theodoric Meyer, ProPublica Since August, a dark money group called Defend My Dividend has spent nearly $90,000 running ads on South Florida TV stations warning seniors about a...

 

Is the conservative consensus crumbling over gay marriage?   |   March 28, 2012
This week, newly-unearthed internal memos revealed that a leading group fighting gay marriage, the National Organization for Marriage, sought to drive "a wedge between gays...

 

Halliburton of the abstinence set   |   March 22, 2006
It's not just Halliburton that's raking in big contracts these days. The Washington Post has a revealing story today about far-right, religious organizations that are...