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Policy Change

Dear Mormonism: Your LGBTQ Members Are Still Hurting, So What Happens Next?

Peter Harrison | Posted 01.13.2016 | Religion
Peter Harrison

I realize I'll be ok, after being out for nearly three years I've built a pretty good sized community of accepting and loving friends, family, and people who care for me. I know my family loves me and that won't ever change. However, how will this policy change affect the life of that queer Mormon kid sitting in the congregation wondering if she'll ever be welcomed in the pews?

What Happens in Berkeley... Goes National

Larry Cohen | Posted 01.18.2015 | San Francisco
Larry Cohen

Many change makers, who don't necessarily want to risk being the first, are ready, once they see success, to follow in its footsteps. That's how norms change works -- each effort leads to greater success in the next round.

Anatomy of a Market Lie: CNBC Misreads the Fed and Helps Out Short Sellers

Terry Connelly | Posted 05.20.2014 | Business
Terry Connelly

Despite Yellen's evident caution and discomfort in expressing any specific quantitative definition of "considerable period," the stock and bond markets chose to take Yellen ultra-literally about the six months and turned suddenly and violently downward.

Texas Senate Runoff Heats Up

The Huffington Post | Patrick Svitek | Posted 06.27.2012 | Politics

Texas Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst (R), running against Tea Party favorite Ted Cruz in a heated U.S. Senate primary, is distancing himself from President B...

Janell Ross

Jose Antonio Vargas: Happy Despite Being Left Out Of Obama Administration's Immigration Reprieve

HuffingtonPost.com | Janell Ross | Posted 06.18.2012 | Latino Voices

On Friday, when President Barack Obama and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced that the administration will protect a...

Mass Incarceration: A Destroyer of People of Color and Their Communities

Jamaal Bell | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Jamaal Bell

Instead of having our Drug Czar focus on addiction recovery and prevention programs, how about changing the policy of our racialized criminal justice system?