After U.S. Sen. Scott Brown’s comments yesterday about how he paid for college and law school, Massachusetts college students took aim at some of the junior senator’s votes against making college more affordable and accessible in a conference call with reporters today. Andrew Slade, a junior at Boston College and Vice President of the College […]

DREAM Act Fails in the Senate

The DREAM Act failed in the Senate after Republicans and five Democrats, Pryor (Ark) Tester (Mont.), Nelson (Neb.), Hagan (NC), and Baucus (Mont.), voted no. Campus Progress issued the following statement: Statement of Angela Peoples, Policy and Advocacy Manager at Campus Progress (the youth division of the Center for American Progress), on the Senate’s failure […]

In an effort to start a real national push for green jobs, U.S. Senate candidate Rodney Glassman today joined the newly minted EnergizeUS coalition, comprised of candidates running for office across the country — each committed to pursuing policies to expand alternative energy jobs and keep America secure. The EnergizeUS coalition pledges not just to […]

U.S. Sen. John McCain just sent an unmistakable message that he will stand up for Wall Street hedge fund managers and stand against those knocked out of work by the recession Wall Street caused. McCain voted against H.R. 4213, the unemployment insurance, jobs and tax extenders bill, legislation that would extend unemployment benefits at a […]

U.S. Senate candidate Rodney Glassman is calling on John McCain to prove his independence and donate to Gulf Coast communities the $2.4 million he has taken from Big Oil. McCain has taken $2.4 million in campaign cash from Big Oil companies and $36,000 from British Petroleum since 2006. McCain’s most well-known presidential campaign slogan was […]

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