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Over two months ago, we began imploring you to submit comments to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in support of their proposed regulation to limit carbon pollution from new power plants.We’ve continued to update you on the environmental community’s progress. We reached nearly a million comments within two weeks. We then surpassed a million, and last week we surpassed TWO million!

The Court's decision today in a pivotal campaign finance case has repeated its naïve, uninformed errors from its Citizens United decision.  The First Amendment is meant to protect essential freedoms, not as a weapon to destroy American democracy.  We look forward to the day when the Supreme Court majority deals with facts rather than imposing their own ideological views.

Last week we told you about an attempt by Senator Jim Inhofe and a vocal minority that would have eliminated an histo

On Monday, June 11, Attorney General Eric Holder addressed our National Convention.

Last night, the faux-news show The Daily Show took on Florida’s new voter registration law.

As I wrote earlier this week, I was in Wisconsin on Tuesday to observe the recall election. It was a long day, but very exciting to bear witness to democracy at work.

In one of the most highly anticipated election day battles so far in 2012, more than 160 Wisconsin League volunteers are out in force as election observers while voters decide the outcome of the recall election for Governor Scott Walker and other state officials.

Ninety-three years ago today, the 19th amendment to the Constitution was passed by Congress an

As part of our current work towards the 9th Forum for the Future scheduled to be held in Tunisia in December, I traveled last weekend to Tunis-Carthage, Tunisia to meet the leaders of the nongovernmental organization that will be our partners in this endeavor.

It is National Women’s Health Week– and groups around the nation are taking a moment to recognize the importance of women’s health, and the impact the