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MORNING MESSAGE Joy Blackwood Let The Cherry Blossoms Bloom It’s March in Washington, D.C., which means the cherry blossoms will bloom any day now. Our nation’s capital would be teeming with visitors and excitement under normal circumstances. The mood here, however,...

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MORNING MESSAGE Steven Rosenfeld Does New Voting Tech Help Or Hurt Turnout? On the biggest day of the 2020 presidential season so far, Super Tuesday, America’s biggest new voting system—in Los Angeles County—widely frustrated voters and poll workers in its debut in a...

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MORNING MESSAGE Adiel Pollydore Making The Most Of Every Vote Right across the bay from my home in Oakland, California is San Francisco. Together, these two congressional districts will send fourteen pledged delegates in July to the Democratic National Convention in...

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MORNING MESSAGE Andrew Tripp I Know Firsthand Why Unions Should Endorse Bernie One late summer evening in 2000, my home phone rang in Moretown, Vermont. “Can you please hold for Congressman Sanders?” the voice on the line asked. At the time, I had been doing what...

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MORNING MESSAGE Vijay Prasad   Why We Must Remember Berta Cáceres On March 2, 2016, gunmen broke into the home of Berta Cáceres Flores and assassinated her. Cáceres led the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH), which opposed...

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