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At L.A. City Hall, it's the visionary vs. the lawmakers

Originally published on Los Angeles Times by Emily Alpert Reyes on August 18, 2015. 

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Let these students learn in peace: This Success Academy South Bronx colocation must go forward

Originally published on New York Daily News by Michael Blake on August 17, 2015.

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Comcast Announces Fifth Back-to-School Kickoff for Internet Essentials

More Than 2 Million Low-Income Americans, From 500,000 Families, Have Now Crossed the Digital Divide at Home

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Hillary Clinton Taps 2015 NLC DC Fellow Lorella Praeli As Latino Outreach Director

The announcement of NLC DC 2015 Fellow Lorella Praeli's as the Hillary Clinton campaign's Latino Outreach Director made a huge splash in the media.

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Somerville school superintendent could get $10k for 'innovation' spending

Originally published on Somerville Journal on April 13, 2015, this story takes a look at a proposal introduced by Ward 2 School Committee member and former NLC Boston Fellow Dan Futrell.

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Voter suppression laws hurt all Americans

Zach Learner, NLC Broward Chapter Co-Director, on voting suppression efforts and their effects on Democracy. Publish originally on The Miami Times on April 17, 2015.

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Sec. Hillary Clinton Announcement Video Features NLC Alum

Secretary Clinton announced her campaign via video on Sunday April 12, 2015. Did you know that Jared Milrad, NLC Boston 2012 Fellow is featured?

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NDN Endorses Campaign for Free College Tuition

Submitted by Simon Rosenberg on 3/12/15 for NDN.

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Why Obama ultimately will win on immigration

Simon Rosenberg, President of NDN, pens a compelling narrative for the upcoming success of President Obama's immigration plan. Read the story published on February 24, 2015 for MSNBC. 

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Clinton’s message resonates with millennials

Andrew Barnhill, NLC NC Chapter Co-Director, shares his thoughts on the Guest Column for hpenews.com, published on February 20, 2015.  

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