The plan passed by House Republicans on Sept. 19 to cut $40 billion from food aid would, if enacted, result in deepening poverty and hunger, said Green Party leaders.
The Green Party of the United States opposes threats by the Obama Administration to launch an attack on Syria and said that an order to attack would be a serious abuse of presidential power. Greens called for repeal of the Authorization to Use Military Force (AUMF) passed by Congress on September 18, 2001, which the two most recent presidential administrations have used to justify attacks on other nations. Green Party, Obama Administration, presidential administrations, presidential power, The Green Party of the United States
Flagrant transparency evasions and fundraising corruption puts Governor Cuomo on Citizen for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington’s ignominious list.
The report lists transgressions by King Andrew, including:Expanding government transparency loopholes to include Blackberry Pin-to-Pin messages, which are not stored on a server and so are essentially irrecoverable once deleted, and then conducting state business with aides almost exclusively over Pin-to-Pin. What’s next, Andy, Snapchat? Withhold documents from Cuomo’s time as Attorney General, and even remove previously public documents from NY State Archives. Appointing donors to state positions, and ... andrew cuomo, government transparency, Governor Cuomo
The question before progressive advocates of public campaign financing in New York State is whether we push for full public campaign finance on the Clean Money model of equal and sufficient funding grants for all qualified candidates, or whether we settle for partial public campaign financing on the Matching Funds model used for presidential primaries [...] assembly speaker sheldon silver, matching funds, presidential primaries, public campaign, public campaign finance, public campaign financing
The Green Party of the US Virgin Islands has worked diligently for the last 3 years advocating for the full legalization and end to prohibition of Cannabis in the Virgin Islands. Decades of a failed prohibition on marijuana have resulted in exorbitant costs for prosecution and incarceration, targeting disproportionately, the youth and people of color. The criminalization of marijuana is driving massive increases in violent crime and does nothing to decrease access to our youth. criminalization of marijuana, exorbitant costs, massive increases, The Green Party of the US Virgin Islands, the Virgin Islands, violent crime, Virgin Island Greens