Matt Stoller

Political activist and consultant

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Washington, DC-based political activist and consultant, he blogs at OpenLeft.com

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Hillary Clinton 's "inevitability" is old news as  Barack Obama  moves ahead in some polls and  John Edwards  just won't go away.

Hillary Loses Her Inevitability

Hillary Clinton 's "inevitability" is old news as Barack Obama moves ahead in some polls and John Edwards just won't go away.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Hillary Clinton 's "inevitability" is old news as  Barack Obama  moves ahead in some polls and  John Edwards  just won't go away.

Hillary Loses Her Inevitability

Hillary Clinton 's "inevitability" is old news as Barack Obama moves ahead in some polls and John Edwards just won't go away.

from To the Point

The House today set  a deadline : US troops home from Iraq by the end of August next year.

All Eyes on Congress as House Votes on War Funding Bill

The House today set a deadline : US troops home from Iraq by the end of August next year.

from To the Point

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More celebrities and prominent figures are starting to donate money to the LA mayoral candidate of their choice. And some of them are willing to spend big.

from KCRW Features

Los Angeles mayoral candidates Karen Bass and Rick Caruso launch TV and internet ad blitz to emerge as frontrunners in the mayoral race.

from KCRW Features

The Supreme Court is likely to end Roe v. Wade this summer. How could that affect states’ rights and other rulings on privacy, like gay marriage?

from Left, Right & Center

The United Nations can’t stop Russia’s war on Ukraine. And author Yascha Mounk says more diversity is a threat to democracy, but he’s still hopeful.

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To prevent small businesses from being priced out of Boyle Heights, a nonprofit is buying commercial property and offering tenants a share in ownership.

from Greater LA

After Tuesday’s mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that took the lives of 19 students and two educators, LA’s Rabbi Steve Leder explains why there’s still hope in this dark moment.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Three decades after Rodney King was pulled over for a traffic violation and beaten by the LAPD, law enforcement officers are now learning to reduce pretextual stops.

from KCRW Features

Gov. Newsom’s proposed $125 million legislation would expand abortion access in California, budgeting for more than 1 million abortion seekers traveling to the state per year.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

LA’s youth climate leaders keep up with their schoolwork as they lobby for climate legislation, rally a generation, and try to secure a liveable future.

from Greater LA