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For those who don’t have paid sick days, this type of law can be life-changing: it can make a world of difference for working women, single parents, and workers across the state.

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2014 was the year of embracing the intersectionality of feminism.

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This is a step in the right direction. However, the new legislators coming in next year need to recognize that investment in what makes our state great must continue. This isn’t the end of the road.

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ICYMI: Under House Bill 5205, burning hazardous waste like trash and tires would be classified as renewable energy. If burning tires is renewable energy, then candy corn is a vegetable.
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If burning tires is renewable energy, then candy corn is a vegetable.

Call your State Senator and tell her/him that hazardous waste is not renewable energy: http://1.usa.gov/1CZ2eFU
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Corporate polluters are doing whatever it takes to maximize their profits — including redefining clean, renewable energy to include hazardous waste.

Call your State Senator and tell her/him that hazardous waste is not renewable energy! http://1.usa.gov/1CZ2eFU
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Corporate polluters are doing whatever it takes to maximize their profits — even redefining clean, renewable energy to include hazardous waste.

Call your State Senator and tell her/him that hazardous waste is not renewable energy: http://1.usa.gov/1CZ2eFU
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This is bill is not a solution to our crumbling roads and bridges. The bill robs Peter to pay Paul by diverting revenue that should be going to our already under-funded schools and cities.

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"When I grew up, my dad always told me you play the game by the rules, win or lose. If you lose, you don’t change the rules."

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"People may want to blame last winter's weather for the rapid deterioration of our roads. However, the weather simply exposed the real problem. Our state has been disinvesting in roads for years."
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