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5/24/16
Activists, Teachers, Parents and Youth Tell McDonald’s: End McTeacher’s Nights, Stop Using Teachers as Marketing Agents
30,000 Petition Signatures Delivered to McDonald’s Executives
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5/24/16
Horse Dead, Beatings Continue; House Judiciary Committee Should Let IRS Commissioner Issue Guidance on Political Activity for Nonprofits
Legislators Play Politics While Nonprofits Remain in the Dark
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5/23/16
MEDIA ADVISORY: Public Citizen to Testify Before Congress on How Regulations Protect Americans
Amit Narang, regulatory policy advocate for Public Citizen’s Congress Watch division, will speak at a hearing convened by the U.S. House Judiciary Executive Overreach Task Force.
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