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Move to Amend Member Nominated for Huffington Post’s 2010 “Ultimate Green Game Changer”

Riki Ott, PhD, Executive Director of Ultimate Civics and member of Move to Amend, has been nominated as one of Huffington Post’s “Ultimate Game Changers.” The award honors people who make significant contributions to the way we look at the world and the way we live in it. Ott has spent the past five months in the Gulf of Mexico responding to to BP’s Deepwater Horizon
disaster.

PUBLIC NEWS SERVICE: Corporate $$$ = Free Political Speech: Two Brothers Can't Take It Sitting Down

HIGHTOWER: Two Multibillionaire Brothers Are Remaking America for Their Own Benefit

OTT: Hide and Leak

NOLAN: The Top Ten Universities for Student Debt

TRUTHDIG: Fox and Friends Trying to Bully and Buy Their Way Back to Power

LOS ANGELES TIMES: Corporate Campaign Fundraising Picks Up Speed

Denver Direct: Monahan Brothers reach Denver in march against corporate personhood

The Monahan Brothers stopped in Denver last week on their coast-to-coast march against corporate personhood and corporate control of our government and politics. The local blog Denver Direct had this report and video:

ACLU: Georgia's voter-registration racially discriminatory

WASHINGTON - July 7 - The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Georgia and the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (Lawyers' Committee) filed a motion late yesterday in a Washington, D.C. federal court to intervene in a challenge to the Voting Rights Act brought by the state of Georgia. The civil rights coalition is defending the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Act and challenging the state's flawed and racially discriminatory voter-registration practices.

ACLU Press Release

AMERICAN JOURNALISM REVIEW: Cappuccino and Citizen Journalism

KURTZ: Increasingly, nonprofits fill a need for investigative reporting

NEW YORK TIMES: One Person, One Vote for President

LEWIS: Why Our President Should Be Elected by a National Popular Vote

BUSINESS NEWS AMERICAS: Costa Rican constitutional reform would protect water resources

CALIFORNIA WATCH: Emerging nonprofit journalism ventures set sights on education

MONTGOMERY COUNTY ADVERTISER: Alabama needs constitutional reform

LAHONTAN VALLEY NEWS: Brothers bring awareness to corporate personhood

BOSTON GLOBE: Massachusetts House passes National Popular Vote bill

OAKLAND LOCAL: What's IRV? Civic organizations to educate public on new system

As Oakland follows in the footsteps San Francisco took six years ago and switches to ranked-choice voting for this November's election, a diverse pool of organizations are heading voter education campaigns to boost county outreach efforts.

TIMES OF INDIA: State moves to get prisoners their voting rights

MINNEAPOLIS STAR-TRIBUNE: South Dakota settles voting-rights suit

MARIN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL: Newspaper relaunches as nonprofit

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION: Civil rights coalition targets voter verification

BUSINESSWEEK: Bill aimed at limiting Louisiana law clinics dies

WASHINGTON POST: Virginia Governor cuts wait times for felons wanting voting rights

PRICE: Pair walks country for a cause

KOULISH: Public-private "immigration control complex" threatens democracy

DEMOCRACY NOW! Student Strike at University of Puerto Rico Enters 28th Day

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