An Honorable Profession Podcast – Episode #1

An Honorable Profession is a podcast from the NewDEAL, a network of 150+ state and local elected officials across the country who advocate pro-growth progressive policies in their communities. Listen now to hear host NewDEAL Leader Ryan Coonerty speak with rising Democratic leaders, who share their personal stories and discuss ways to restore trust in government, as well as sanity in politics, in an insane era.

Learn more about the NewDEAL and its member leaders at www.newdealleaders.org

 

 

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    2020 Elections
    Joe Biden Accepts Democratic Nomination Promising ‘We’ll Find The Light Once More’

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    It’s Official: Kamala Harris Named Joe Biden’s Vice Presidential Running Mate
    2020 Elections
    It’s Official: Kamala Harris Named Joe Biden’s Vice Presidential Running Mate

    SAN JOSE, Calif. — After weeks of growing speculation, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden answered on Tuesday the most highly anticipated question of his campaign, naming California Sen. Kamala Harris to be his running mate. “Back when Kamala was Attorney General, she worked closely with Beau,”... Read More

    From Defeat to a First-Ever Bill: How Veterans Are Fighting Back on Toxic Exposure
    Veterans
    From Defeat to a First-Ever Bill: How Veterans Are Fighting Back on Toxic Exposure

    WASHINGTON — When Rosie Torres first knocked on Congress’ doors almost a decade ago, asking for help for her husband and other veterans who became sick following exposure to military burn pits, she gained little traction. What she heard: More research was needed to determine if... Read More

    Republicans Roll Out $1 Trillion Coronavirus Plan to Start Talks with Democrats
    Political News
    Republicans Roll Out $1 Trillion Coronavirus Plan to Start Talks with Democrats

    WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans presented their $1 trillion plan to bolster the pandemic-ravaged U.S. economy in a series of bills that would trim extra unemployment benefits, send $1,200 payments to most Americans, and shield businesses, schools and other organizations from lawsuits stemming from COVID-19 infections. The... Read More

    Polling Point of Contention: Despite Stigma, Pre-Election Polls Remain Reliable
    Opinion Polls
    Polling Point of Contention: Despite Stigma, Pre-Election Polls Remain Reliable
    July 21, 2020
    by Reece Nations

    Since Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Electoral College defeat, public sentiment towards presidential polling numbers often centers around skepticism. Although many were blindsided by that year’s election results, exit polling data tracked closely with popular vote results. Presidential polling leading up to the general election is meant to... Read More

    Trump Scorns Supreme Court on Tax Rulings While His Records Stay Private
    Supreme Court
    Trump Scorns Supreme Court on Tax Rulings While His Records Stay Private

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump scored a tactical victory from the Supreme Court that will likely keep his personal financial records out of public view through the November election, but he framed Thursday’s two rulings as a loss imposed by his enemies. The president was rebuffed... Read More

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