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Mark Ruffalo
I'm a husband, father, actor, director, and a climate change advocate with an eye on a better, brighter, cleaner, more hopeful future for all of us.
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Ro Khanna 3h
Under the GOP tax plan, a graduate student who is paid $33,000 per year and also receives a tuition waiver of $50,000 will be forced to pay taxes on the entire $83,000. This will make it nearly impossible for many graduate students to survive.
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D.J. Koessler Nov 20
Proud of 's partnership with to question Trump's response to Russia's attack on our democracy—our vets deserve action. explains:
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Eliza Orlins 7h
I'm lucky that my representatives understand that isn't a partisan issue. Thank you & for fighting for equal access to information and a free and open internet for all Americans.
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Rob Bennett 8h
The brilliant not only destroys in this but rightly points out the most grave danger of dismantling is how it will limit both civil rights and free speech.
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Rob Bennett 9h
If you’re not already mad as hell that the FCC is trying to destroy rules so they can line the pockets of their corporate pals, maybe this take will help you see it from another perspective.
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Mark Ruffalo 6h
Puerto Rico Needs a 'Just' Transition and Recovery
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Mike Shinoda 8h
Please read and act.
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Mark Ruffalo 6h
Taking away is the Authoritarian dream. Consolidating information into the hands of a few controlled by a few. Dangerous territory.
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Raul M. Grijalva 8h
Scrapping means scrapping consumer protections and granting big Telecoms corporations with the ability to charge more. Our internet should be open and free. It's a fundamental part of a functioning democracy.
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Washington Post 6h
D.C. leaders want to rename the street in front of the Russian Embassy after an assassinated, anti-Putin dissident
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Andrew Cuomo 6h
The FCC just announced its plan to destroy , a policy that protects a free and open internet. The internet is an essential service that should be available to all. We must fight against this appalling decision.
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NPR 9h
Just In: The FCC is slated to vote on Dec. 14 on a plan to undo landmark 2015 net neutrality rules that put Internet service providers under the strictest-ever regulatory oversight
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God 6h
NEW COMMANDMENT: Thou shalt not end . Thou shalt keep the Internet from being run by shitty cable companies. Thou shalt call Congress right now at 202-224-3121
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Rep. Keith Ellison 9h
Open access to the internet is essential to our democracy. 's move to repeal net neutrality will have a chilling effect on our freedom of expression.
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Eric Boehlert 6h
for media, there's zero institutional pushback when they focus this topic on Dems/Hollywood/journalists. massive pushback if they focus on GOP/WH
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Mark Ruffalo 6h
Erik Prince Of ultimate darkness.
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Holly Marie Combs 6h
Ok can we stop saying this is a Hollywood problem? And call it what it actually is? A cultural problem. Or your tax $ can keep being wasted on these unnamed, hidden, shielded scumbags. Really. This really happens. Tweet your rep to release their names.
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EFF 6h
Replying to @EFF
So if the public and virtually every facet of Internet culture (including ISPs) oppose the FCC’s plan, then why are we even going down this path?
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EFF 6h
Replying to @EFF
To put it simply: the FCC is not serving the public interest, but rather is serving the interests of the very few but massive vertically integrated ISPs that support the current agency’s agenda.
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EFF 6h
It is worth reflecting on just how wildly unsupported by the public and wrong the FCC is on its effort to end an Open Internet. (1/16)
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