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Passage of the PRO Act is best for workers

The PRO Act will remove the many obstacles keeping workers from their right to join a union and ensure those newly-formed bargaining units reach a first contract. It will also eliminate anti-worker “right-to-work” laws, helping to boost wages and make safer workplaces across the nation. The PRO Act is the labor law reform that has been desperately needed for decades.

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Censorship silenced me

Now that thought control is federal policy, I’m not alone. A White House press secretary admits her administration identifies “problematic posts” for Facebook to censor. This bone-chilling confession of government shackling speech mirrors the surgeon general’s call to purge online posts he deems inaccurate.

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SRP $1B gas plan bad for consumers, environment

Last week, Salt River Project announced that it plans to spend nearly $1 billion to add 16 new natural gas units to its powerplant in Coolidge, one of the largest fossil fuel investments by a utility in recent memory. I served on the SRP board from 2016-2020, and this decision stunned me. It is wrong-headed, unnecessary, and out of step with where responsible electric utilities are moving in this country.

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