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  • D.C. Is Shut Down for the People — and Open for President Trump’s Corporate Cronies January 18, 2019
    By Marty Hayden, Earthjustice This week, the heartbreaking struggles faced by out-of-work federal employees and the people who rely on them made headlines, amplifying the impacts of the government shutdown. Furloughed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency employees are struggling to pay for child car... The post D.C. Is Shut Down for the People — and Open for […]
  • Busy But Still Want to Fight DeVos’s Proposed Title IX Rules? We Got You. January 18, 2019
    By Elizabeth Tang, National Women’s Law Center You already know that Betsy DeVos’s proposed Title IX rules on sexual harassment are absolutely horrendous. But sometimes it can feel overwhelming with everything going on in this administration—how do you find the time to stay hydrated, keep your... The post Busy But Still Want to Fight DeVos’s Proposed Title […]
  • New Federal Lead Strategy Is No Gift in the Fight Against Lead Poisoning January 18, 2019
    By David Jacobs and Amanda Reddy, National Center for Healthy Housing Just before the holidays and like the Grinch who stole Christmas, the Trump Administration’s release of its new federal lead strategy (the Federal Action Plan to Reduce Childhood Lead Exposures and Associated Health Impacts) threa... The post New Federal Lead Strategy Is No Gift in […]
  • Five Ways the Trump Shutdown Is Harming Struggling Workers, Families and Communities January 17, 2019
    By Donovan Hicks, Heidi Schultheis, Rejane Frederick, Azza Altiraifi and Rachel West, Center for American Progress President Donald Trump recently claimed that he can relate to the strain experienced by federal workers living paycheck-to-paycheck. However, his efforts to prolong the current governme... The post Five Ways the Trump Shutdown Is Harming Struggling Workers, Families and Communities appeared first on Coalition for Sensible Safeguards.
  • What the Government Shutdown Means for Food, Farmers and Eaters January 17, 2019
    By Lela Nargi, Sierra Club The US government shutdown, now in its 27th day, has left non-essential discretionary programs in nine out of its 15 departments shuttered. One of these departments. the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), oversees or otherwise funds programs related to producing our food... The post What the Government Shutdown Means for Food, Farmers and Eaters appeared […]

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  • DeVos Department Bars State Attorneys General From Key Panel January 16, 2019
    The Betsy DeVos Department of Education acted Wednesday morning to block a representative of state attorneys general from serving on a panel charged with negotiating wide-ranging new rules governing higher education. Although consumer advocates have shown that the new regulations would create opportunities for bad actors to engage in more waste, fraud, and abuse at […]
  • Brent Richardson Resigns As DCEH CEO January 15, 2019
    Brent Richardson has resigned as CEO of Dream Center Education Holdings after a tumultuous year since the non-profit took over three chains of career education schools — the Art Institutes, Argosy University, and South University — formerly owned by for-profit EDMC. A person close to DCEH management confirmed the resignation. Under Richardson, the former CEO […]
  • Dream Center Schools Announce DeVos-Blessed Restructuring January 15, 2019
    Late today, Dream Center Education Holdings announced it would restructure its three chains of career colleges, which have been in a state of upheaval — with campus closures, layoffs, accreditor woes, and false statements to students — through the entire year that the new non-profit DCEH has operated the former EDMC for-profit schools.  In an email […]
  • Turmoil at Dream Center Colleges Spills Open With Seattle “At-Risk” Designation January 11, 2019
    The financial and organizational turmoil at Dream Center Education Holdings (DCEH), reported to me by multiple staff in recent weeks, has spilled into the open with, at least, a new letter from the Washington state higher education oversight body. In a letter sent Thursday to the campus director of DCEH’s Art Institute of Seattle (Ai […]
  • Troubled College Operator Drops Lawsuit Against DeVos. Why? January 6, 2019
    The Center for Excellence in Higher Education, operator of a chain of colleges repeatedly caught deceiving and short-changing students, has quietly dismissed its lawsuit against the Department of Education, a case aimed at reversing the Obama administration’s 2016 rejection of the company’s bid to be treated as a non-profit institution. It’s unclear from the court […]

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  • EPA’s Methylene Chloride Double-Cross January 18, 2019
    Agency May Ban the Deadly Compound for Consumers But Let Businesses Continue Exposing Workers The post EPA’s Methylene Chloride Double-Cross appeared first on DCReport.org.
  • Judging a Nominee by the Content of Her Character January 17, 2019
    Trump's Pick to Head the Fish and Wildlife Service Is a Step Forward for Women and African-Americans and a Step Back for the Environment The post Judging a Nominee by the Content of Her Character appeared first on DCReport.org.
  • EPA Approves Treating Orange Groves with Antibiotics January 17, 2019
    Move Could Reduce the Effectiveness of Drugs Used to Combat Human Diseases    The post EPA Approves Treating Orange Groves with Antibiotics appeared first on DCReport.org.
  • Barr Is His Own Man … To a Point January 17, 2019
    For the Once and Future Attorney General, the Mueller Probe Is No Witch Hunt The post Barr Is His Own Man … To a Point appeared first on DCReport.org.
  • For Trump’s EPA, 5,800 Square Miles of Dead Gulf of Mexico Isn’t Enough January 15, 2019
    The Agency Wants to Cut Water Pollution Regulations in the Region    The post For Trump’s EPA, 5,800 Square Miles of Dead Gulf of Mexico Isn’t Enough appeared first on DCReport.org.
  • Democrats Play Dirty in Alabama January 14, 2019
    It's Not Just Republicans Who Play Fast and Loose with Our Democracy The post Democrats Play Dirty in Alabama appeared first on DCReport.org.
  • Trump’s Syria Flip Flop January 10, 2019
    Who Speaks for the United States Abroad? The President or Bolton? The post Trump’s Syria Flip Flop appeared first on DCReport.org.
  • Polluters’ Friend Poised to Take the Reins of Fish and Wildlife Service January 9, 2019
    And That Planned Information Freeze at the Department of Interior May Also Be an Attempt to Shield Aurelia Skipwith's  Fiance from Scrutiny The post Polluters’ Friend Poised to Take the Reins of Fish and Wildlife Service appeared first on DCReport.org.
  • Trump, the ‘Border Crisis’ and the Wall January 8, 2019
    Just the Facts, Please The post Trump, the ‘Border Crisis’ and the Wall appeared first on DCReport.org.
  • What’s Really Going on in the U.S.-China Negotiations January 7, 2019
    Protectionist Measure to Help U.S. Corporations at the Expense of U.S. Workers Tops Trump China Trade Agenda The post What’s Really Going on in the U.S.-China Negotiations appeared first on DCReport.org.