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National Priorities Project
National Priorities Project (NPP) at the Institute for Policy Studies seeks to prioritize peace, shared prosperity, and economic security for all in our nation's dec...
National Priorities Project
National Priorities Project (NPP) at the Institute for Policy Studies seeks to prioritize peace, shared prosperity, and economic s...
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|National priorities project|
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|How the federal budget affects you|
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|Trump’s endless wars|
|The poor people's moral budget: everybody has the right to live|
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|The Poor People's Moral Budget: Everybody Has the Right to Live||text||https://www.nationalpriorities.org/blog/2019/06/17/poor-peoples-moral-budget-everybody-has-right-liv...|
|Truthout: Overturning the ACA Would Be a Massive Tax Cut for the Wealthy||text||/pressroom/articles/2019/11/05/overturning-aca-massive-tax-cut-for-wealthy/|
|Talk Nation Radio: Talk Nation Radio: Lindsay Koshgarian on How-Ya-Gonna-Pay-For-It||text||/pressroom/articles/2019/11/05/talk-nation-radio-how-ya-gonna-pay-for-it/|
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|ⓘ Domain Registrar||TUCOWS INC.|
|ⓘ Registration Date||02/23/2001 22 years, 3 months, 12 days ago|
|ⓘ Last Modified||02/07/2019 4 years, 3 months, 29 days ago|
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