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Baltimore Greens urge continued protest and electoral strategy in response to police violence

From the Baltimore Green Party: The Baltimore Green Party stands in solidarity with those protesting the police killing of Freddie Gray. The party hopes that protests will remain peaceful and achieve their goal of shining a national spotlight on the need for police conduct reforms and justice for the family of Mr. Gray. While members […]

Green Party Members say, “Fund schools without property tax increase”

The Green Party of Philadelphia (GPOP) objects to Mayor Michael Nutter's budget for Fiscal 2016 because it heaps the cost of school services upon poor and working people. Meeting on April 22 at Cavanaugh's Restaurant in University City, Green Party members rejected Nutter's proposed tax increases and urged Philadelphia's City Council to tax the wealthy to pay for the public education of future citizens. Read more>>

UK Greens release viral “boy band” video spoofing other parties

The Green Party of England and Wales has released a party political broadcast satirizing their four main rivals by portraying the leaders of Labour, the Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats, and the UK Independence Party singing in harmony as a boy band named “coalition”. The video has gotten over 300,000 views on Youtube in its first […]

Jill Stein interviewed on HuffPost Live

Dr. Jill Stein, 2012 Green Party presidential candidate and 2016 hopeful, was interviewed about her plans for 2016 by Alyona Minkovski on HuffPost Live. Watch the interview here:

Watch the UK 7-way party leaders debate with Green Party leader Natalie Bennett

On Thursday April 2nd, leaders of the United Kingdom’s largest political parties took part in a 7-way debate, including David Cameron of the Conservative Party, Ed Miliband of the Labour Party, Nick Clegg of the Liberal Democrat Party, Nigel Farage of the UK Independence Party, Nicola Sturgeon of the Scottish National Party, Natalie Bennett of the […]

Minneapolis Green City Councilor Cam Gordon working to lessen impact of police racial profiling

As reported by the Daily Minnesotan, Cam Gordon, the Green City Councilor representing District 2 in Minneapolis, has introduced a bill to repeal “lurking” and “spitting” as arrestable crimes.  Gordon is also working to obtain data from the city’s police force on the racial dynamics of policing in Minneapolis. The Ward 2 Councilman wants to […]

Green Party of New York State calls for end to ‘LLC loophole’ allowing $150,000 political donations

From the Green Party of New York State: Albany – The New York State Green Party said today that the Commissioners of the New York State Board of Elections should move immediately to close the infamous “LLC Loophole” that allows limited liability corporations to skirt corporate campaign finance laws and donate $150,000 a year to […]

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