Give it the gas.

From Kaiser Health News: “Aidan Long is a 13-year-old from Montana who has suffered multiple daily seizures since he was 4. ‘The seizures defy medical cure, and some of them continue for weeks,’ requiring Aidan to be airlifted to children’s hospitals in Denver or Seattle, said his father, Ben Long….

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Poor: $0 – Rich: $600 Billion

The below is an email received from Indivisible National. Though lengthy, it’s vital that you be informed about how TrumpCare will be unfolding over the next week and what you can do to help stop it. Thanks! Just as a preface: we don’t normally send “Help! The house is on…

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52 – 48

A Message From Indivisible National: Losing elections sucks, but we didn’t lose tonight. Tonight, a little-known 30-year-old political newbie came within a few points of winning Newt Gingrich’s old congressional district. A couple states away in South Carolina, another political neophyte shifted a district that leans Republican by 9 points…

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DC Vote-A-Rama

Ezra Levin, co-founder of Indivisible explained the vote-a-rama process in a series of tweets: “Got a Democratic Senator? Here’s how they can ACTUALLY PLAY HARDBALL on TrumpCare. Yes, they have tools to use. Yes, they can win. The hardball tactic Indivisible Team is proposing here along with MoveOn.org and CREDO…

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We’ve got a secret.

“As Senate Republicans attempt to ram through the American Health Care Act (AHCA), aka Trumpcare, without public hearings before the upcoming recess, Senate Democrats on Tuesday announced their intention to introduce the ‘No Hearing, No Vote Act’ bill in order to highlight the GOP’s obfuscation.” “Senate Republicans’ attempts to pass…

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That’ll be 5,335 dinars.

Today, 196 Congressional lawmakers (30 Senators and 166 Representatives) will sue Trump for accepting payments from foreign governments which is a violation of our Constitution’s emoluments clause. The suit alleges, “Trump had not sought congressional approval for any of the payments his hundreds of businesses had received from foreign governments…

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Senate Hearing

Langevin Statement on Attorney General Sessions’ Testimony WASHINGTON, D.C.— Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) issued a statement following Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence: “The Attorney General’s testimony this afternoon was unsubstantial, unresponsive, and unacceptable. Mr. Sessions – like every government employee – has an…

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RI Congressional Delegation on the Comey Hearing

Reed: Comey’s Testimony was Jarring and Persuasive Indictment of President Trump’s Actions WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Jack Reed (D-RI), who serves on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in an Ex Officio capacity, today issued the following statement in response to the testimony of former FBI Director James Comey…

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Company’s coming.

On February 15th, the women’s Reproductive Health Care Act (S274) bill was introduced in the Rhode Island Senate. Last week, it was heard by the Senate Judiciary Committee. The decision was made to hold the bill for further study. Given that the 2017 Senate Session will be ending in a…

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T vs. P

Last Thursday, Trump announced that he would be pulling the United States out of the historic Paris Climate Accord. By doing so, Trump hopes to roll back critical climate and health protections at the expense of the American public and of generations to come. Trump made this decision despite widespread…

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