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*California marriage battle holds lessons on building alliances early and remembering where the buck stops in state legislative process (12-1-08)

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Organizing to govern: Election '08 recap and America's new direction (11-10-08)

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Previewing '08 general election: Key trends and races to watch (10-17-08)

*Letter from Ohio: Campaigns, courage, crisis, and change (10-31-08)

*Conservative domination of federal courts puts rights at risk, indicating need for a new president to restore balance (10-29-08)

*Access, honesty, and integrity in state elections drive several candidates for Secretary of State (10-27-08)

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In attacking equal marriage in California, LDS church embraces anti-Mormon extremists (10-24-08)

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Election "days" already under way in 34 States and D.C. (10-22-08)

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Ohio college awards new scholarship honoring diversity and commemorating LGBT activist (10-21-08)

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Interviews: Restoring fairness to judiciary and federal agencies, on GoLeftTV & RFK Jr.'s Ring of Fire Radio (9-24-08)

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Pop quiz profile: Hans sounds off on politics, the arts, and life in Washington (9-19-08)

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Advocate for marriage equality turns pain into progress (9-17-08)

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Abuse of power and America's appointment with change (9-8-08)

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Is discrimination putting a dent in Michigan's economy (8-26-08)

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Party-switching trend shows GOP officials joining Dems (8-23-08)

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Direct voter contact increases turnout: Disability voters make bigotry backfire through participation [.pdf file] (8-15-08)

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Progressive Victory forges new partnership in data (8-14-08)

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Voting "No" will stop these attacks on fairness in 2008: Roundup of hostile ballot measures: Updated 9-9-08 [.pdf file] (8-8-08)

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Supporters who vote are a valuable source of giving to nonprofits: Research [.pdf file] (8-1-08)

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To win on civil rights, it's not the club but the coalition that counts (6-27-08)

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Hollywood celebrates 30th anniv. of beating Briggs and defeating hate as new California battle looms (6-18-08)

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On-stage memoir of showbiz and politics unites labor, latino, and LGBT movements (6-16-08)

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California ruling extends marriage, gives map to outflank extremists (5-17-08)

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Advocacy campaign targeting anti-union, antigay official triggers overdue oversight (5-9-08)

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Workers and health care consumers have stake in union nurses' fight (4-27-08)

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Voting by mail gains in approval among Americans (3-18-08)

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From Kalamazoo, quiet force for gay rights and racial justice uses lever of giving to move the world (3-6-08)

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For '08 Demo primaries in Mich. and Fla., vote by mail is the right solution (2-25-08)

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Buckley proved erudition is a club that still admits bigots (2-29-08)

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Obama gains lion's share of Edwards' support, now clear choice for progressives ready for Nov. win (2-18-08)

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The Reagan whom many Republicans conveniently forget (2-7-08)

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For gay people, is this a teachable moment in America? (1-30-08)

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Plummer Scholarship to advance respect and inclusion begins after surpassing endowment goal (1-25-08)
    
College announces newly endowed LGBT-themed scholarship

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Ignored by press, resilient Edwards still impresses and would best all GOP rivals (1-17-08)

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Report from Iowa: It's about empowerment, not entitlement (1-4-08)

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Primary importance: Movements get set to make impact on earliest voting (12-4-07)

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Running, with scissors: Fed role in voter cutoffs haunts Bush & GOP hopefuls (9-28-07)
     
AlterNet: Party hacks cut voters from lists

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Bob Moser: Blueprint for a big blue tent has Democrats building ranks and winning (7-25-07)

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God, and progressives, save this honorable Court! (7-3-07)

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War failures are following GOP candidates home, results in special elections continue to indicate (6-5-07)

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Progressive politics reflect impact of Falwell's 30-year attack (5-19-07)

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Trailblazing Congressman taught progressives how to win and deliver (4-11-07)

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In '07 special elections, Democrats still showing strength (3-28-07)

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Red ink and the Bush legacy of 'Robin Hood in reverse' (3-20-07)

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Chopping Bloch: For 3 years Bush's special counsel has made the recent firings of U.S. attorneys look like child's play (3-14-07)

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Not so smart, ALEC: Clan of extremist lawmakers fails to cover its tracks (3-7-07)

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Go for broke: War costs hurt Americans but serve goal of antitax puritans (2-27-07)

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Restoring fairness to the bench means challenging right-wing control (2-13-07)

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Fight to recognize gay couples shows conservatives now falling back on courts  (2-2-07)

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Labor takes lead atoning for Bush sin of omission on New Orleans (1-31-07)

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Upon her shoulder: Women claim more power in government and politics (1-23-07)

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Post-election analysis: The rise of fairness voters and "the math" of a new majority (11-17-06)

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Fight over Michigan's far right echoes across Midwest (11-2-06)

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Far right has a hand in 'La Cage Aux Foley' (10-12-06)
     
Radio Interview

*Progressive labor leader Andy Stern outlines vision for 'A Country That Works' (10-4-06)

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Religious freedom has no stronger defender than longtime reverend and religious right foe Barry Lynn (10-04-06)

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Fleeing extremists, Republican electeds jumping ship to join Dems (9-19-06)

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Family of GOP candidate lashes out at company, putting dent in Michigan's economy (9-6-06)

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To stop mischief in managing state elections, several '06 candidates step forward (9-5-06)

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Supreme Court ruling opens door to partisan redistricting in states (7-18-06)

*Defeat of Ralph Reed signals progress in Peach State (7-20-06)

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Extreme GOP candidates play on prejudice (6-29-06)

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Below radar, progressives already winning election '06 (3-17-06)

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Anti-sprawl, pro-civil rights candidate beats ideologue in Virginia state Senate special (2-1-06)

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Maine victory bodes well for building coalitions and winning ballot fights  (01-06-06)

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Targeting bears fruit as Virginians bounce extremists (11-18-05)

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Shown clear benefits of investments or dangers of cutbacks, public rejects antitax quacks (11-11-05)

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Data capacity vital to progressive strategy (8-7-05)

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Hating America, hurting workers, and handing taxpayers the bill (6-15-05)   Pressure Grows on Bush to Restore Basic Fairness and Replace Scott Bloch.

*Union members and gay people get hurt when religious extremists get caught in a  big lie: Mich. A.G. breaks a contract that extended health care to committed partners of  workers (5-5-05)

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With good data and strong message, rail supporters convince Republicans: Save Amtrak
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Benefits of re-framing: family security for same-sex households

*Dangers of re-framing: removing women from the rhetoric of reproductive freedom

*Churchgoers and ministers take a stand for gay people's equality
 

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