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End Citizens United; Protecting American Democracy From Corruption by Big Monies

End Citizen United, popularly abbreviated as ECU, is the most significant political action committee that seeks to unrig the American electoral system. Their quest for a clean system is unstoppable. Basically, the group is out to push for reversal of Supreme Court’s decision, which seemed to empower super PACS, giving them an opportunity to fuel […]

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Why We Must Support the Johnson Amendment

End Citizens United is speaking up about the Johnson Amendment. They are united in their efforts to end the Citizens United ruling, which allows people to make large contributions to businesses without disclosing them. This is terrible for politics, because there is no accountability. However, there is a chance that nonprofits and churches will also […]

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Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin: Giving the Migrant Population a Voice

Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin are the founders of the Phoenix New Times. After dropping out of college in 1970, Lacey and Larkin started the publication to combat the ultra-conservative media surrounding them at the time. The paper began to grow in popularity as the two men began to show their good heads for business […]

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The impact of Dr. Chris Villanueva in the field of Dentistry

Both as an associate dentist and a mentor, Dr. Chris Villanueva is well versed with the issues that align with dentistry. He is the president and the founder of an organization situated in Texas namely MB2 Dental. He originates from Ohio, with his studies being attended in Venezuela a high school located in Caracas. Possessing […]

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David McDonald, OSI President Heads Sustainability Food Plan

OSI Industries has always been a popular food processing network spearheaded by the professional David A. McDonald. He was one of the first executive team professionals to propose a sustainable food industry with a stabilized network. McDonald believes you should know what’s in your food and where it comes from with very transparent public disclosure […]

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End Citizens United Protects Johnson’s Amendment From Republican Attack

The GOP has a long history of attempting to make major changes to campaign finance rules including the controversial 2010 Supreme Court decision known as Citizens United. The latest piece of legislation in the firing line of conservative groups appears to be one of the least controversial on the books; Johnson’s Amendment was first introduced […]

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Rocketship Education Catalyzes the Elimination of Achievement Gap

The first Rocketship school started in San Jose. The work of Rocketship Education is still underway although the organization has impacted the communities significantly. The group is still learning ways of the serving the communities in a better way. There are ten lessons the system learned in the first ten years after the inception of […]

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Whitney Wolfe Changes the Social Media App Environment

Dating apps are abundant. People are finding that there are so many ways to make a match and communicate with someone online. Whitney Wolfe wanted to be a part of this environment. She hasn’t been able to do so with a great amount of intensity. She has created the dating app that people are praising. […]

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Tempus Co Founder Eric Lefkofsky

Over the last two decades, Americans have spent an extra $933 billion on health care. These expenditures have been paid due to higher fees for care along with the care for patients being more expensive and intense. Along with care being more expensive, both population growth and aging were also among the biggest factors of […]

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Rick Smith, Chaperoning Securus Technologies to Offer Outstanding Services in Correctional Facilities

Securus Technologies just made a major revelation on its acquisition of JPay Inc. The company already signed the Stock Purchase Agreement and has now full ownership of the technology company. JPay is based in Florida and has been the leading company in the introduction of inmate payments, tablet products, email, and most education and entertainment […]

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