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“This settlement acknowledges that naturalized Americans have full and equal voting rights — they cannot be singled out and purged from the rolls due to their status.”
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Senator Elizabeth Warren just unveiled the first plan of the 2020 election cycle that comprehensively addresses both college affordability and student loan debt simultaneously.
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Mark Huelsman
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Private credit reporting is failing for all of us who must rely on credit reports produced by for-profit companies to navigate financial transactions. For communities of color, credit scores evoke the decades of bank redlining and unequal access to credit whose impact persists to this day.
Blog
Amy Traub
“To the extent we have had baby boomers running for president for the past few decades, they got an education in a world when you did not have to take on debt."
In the media
Jillian Berman
President K. Sabeel Rahman explains why Demos works on racial equity, an inclusive democracy, and an economy free of barriers.
In the media
Demos strongly supports the Climate and Community Protection Act (CCPA) that will protect and strengthen climate-impacted Latinx communities by reducing climate pollution and targeting clean energy investment based on principles of equity and racial justice.
Press release
Lew Daly
WeVoteWeCount.org aims to drive change ahead of 2020 presidential election
Press release
“You definitely get the feeling that they’re trying to run the numbers up — that they want to be able to say that there’s a lot of voter fraud out there."
In the media
Sam Levine
Dana Liebelson
Following the lawsuit Demos and its partners filed last year, Florida has began the process of adopting two rules related to making elections accessible for Spanish-Speaking Floridians.
Press release
Stuart Naifeh
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If we want to pass climate policies that could actually help reverse the climate crisis, then we also need to fix our democratic system that gives too much power to wealthy donors and big polluters.
In the media
Adrien Salazar
Bill Lipton
“Representation can vary wildly, and it matters crucially to how your case turns out."
In the media
Susan Zalkind