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Testing the Limits of of Immunity for Gun Manufacturers

The US Supreme Court refused to hear the case Remington Arms Co. v. Soto, and in doing so, paved the way for victims of gun violence to sue gun manufacturers whose firearms have been used in the commission of crimes. Remington Arms Company manufactured and marketed the Bushmaster AR-15 style rifle that was used to murder 20 children and 6 educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012.

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PEG Exclusive: New rule will undercut Fair Housing regulations

The Fair Housing Act (FHA) was ratified in 1968 to ensure marginalized and minority communities have equal opportunity access to safe, stable housing. It has been the strongest protection against unjustified and discriminatory housing practices, both overt and covert. In the fifty years since the FHA was enacted, exclusionary housing policies may be more difficult to distinguish, but sadly are still in effect.

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Help us prove that our plan to win in 2020 will work before October 29
WAVE (We All Vote Every time) is premised on the observation that people respond better to those they know compared to those they don’t. WAVE (We All Vote Everytime) utilizes relationship organizing to get potential voters who share our values to become absentee ballot voters. Students, the working poor and other groups have been shown to be much more likely to vote if they are an absentee ballot voter. We need your help to reach 750 such people in time for them to vote in the November election so we can show that these people were more likely to vote than a control group. When this trial is successful we can attract the funding and volunteer help to deploy the WAVE system and approach throughout Michigan.
WAVE is holding house parties in Ann Arbor where you can learn more about how easy it is for you to make a critical difference in upcoming elections by sending emails, text messages and conventional mail to people you know who will be happy to get them. The parties are being held on:
  • Sunday, October 20. 6 pm
  • Tuesday, October 29. 6 pm
Get more info including the addresses of the parties and to Register Here .

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