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Daily Archives: November 5th, 2011

A day of action: Progressives across the country use Bank Transfer Day to go bankless

Excerpt: As reg­u­lar read­ers know, we at NPI have been long­time cham­pi­ons of mem­ber-owned cred­it unions, par­tic­u­lar­ly since the eco­nom­ic col­lapse of Sep­tem­ber 2008 and the sub­se­quent bank bailout. NPI’s staff and board belong indi­vid­u­al­ly to dif­fer­ent cred­it unions, and NPI itself is a cred­it union member. NPI became part of Amer­i­ca’s cred­it union move­ment well […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Economic Security, Policy Topics
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Good luck, Dad… go Mustangs!

Excerpt: We don’t usu­al­ly cov­er high school sports here on The Advo­cate, but I’d be remiss if I did­n’t men­tion that my alma mater’s cross coun­try team is com­pet­ing today in the State Cham­pi­onships, coached by my dad, Denis Villeneuve. The Red­mond Mus­tangs are mak­ing their nine­teenth trip to the state meet, but it’s the first […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Unscheduled Programming
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