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The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week.   1. Learning from Europe on Antitrust Enforcement This week, regulators in the European Union announced a record $5 billion fine on Google. This penalty was related to alleged anti-competitive practices by the tech giant connected to its

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week.   1. What Kavanaugh Tells Us By nominating Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, President Trump made it clear that the conservative movement’s attacks on the rights of women, communities of color, workers, and LGBTQ people will

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week.   1. Gutting Key Consumer Protections On the 10th anniversary of the Bear Stearns collapse, Senate Republicans joined with more than a few Senate Democrats to roll back key components of the Dodd-Frank Act. Consumer advocates and financial reform

The Roosevelt Rundown is an email series featuring the Roosevelt Institute’s top 5 stories of the week. 1. What’s really at stake in the tax fight Conservatives in Congress say their tax push is about making our economy stronger. But even a quick glance reveals they are really trying to make corporations even more powerful

It began as a Facebook event page created by Teresa Shook, a concerned grandma in Hawaii. It grew into testament to American democracy. The Women’s March that took place on Saturday showcased the values of a free, vibrant society. Women from all races, beliefs and sexual orientations, their partners, their kids, their friends from all

In his victory speech on election night, the president-elect told the entire world, “I pledge to every citizen of our land that I will be a president for all Americans.” This conciliatory note was welcome. Perhaps Trump, who for decades had routinely praised and donated to moderate candidates, would set aside the bigotry and extremism