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Tag Archives: Presidential Transitions

We made it! Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have been sworn in as America’s new leaders

Excerpt: We must and should commend ourselves for all we did to fight against all of the above and reach this moment. When you're going through hell, keep going, the old adage goes. And so we did.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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Joe Biden and the Salish Sea: Will cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline mean Alberta’s bitumen crude oil is headed to our waters?

Excerpt: Progressives will need to back the forty-sixth president, but make sure he will have our backs when it comes to safeguarding shared waters of the Salish Sea.  Our worries should be heard and considered at the highest level.
Written by:Joel Connelly
Categories:Legislative Advocacy, Our Environment, Policy Topics
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Incoming Biden-Harris team signals it will avoid repeating many of Obama’s missteps

Excerpt: At this incredibly fraught and perilous moment in American history, we don't just need steady, compassionate governance -- we need savvy, capable leadership with a respect and appreciation for history and a willingness to learn from it.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Economic Security, Legislative Advocacy, Open Government, Policy Topics, Public Service
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As Biden’s Cabinet takes shape, progressive groups plan for a post-Trump future

Excerpt: President-elect Joe Biden has spent the weeks since the election assembling the team that he hopes to bring with him to Washington, D.C.
Written by:Ruairi Vaughan
Categories:Elections, Healthcare, National Defense, Open Government, Our Environment, Policy Topics
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