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college bureaucracy, college debt, student loans, university privatizations

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As Congress hotly debates the biggest trade deal in a generation, its backers have turned on the cash spigot in the hopes of getting it passed.

Spain’s 15-M Movement made the move from city squares to the halls of power on Sunday in municipal and regional elections that saw the ruling People’s party battered at the ballot box.

In the seven years since the financial crisis, none of the top executives at the Wall Street banks that fueled and profited from the housing bubble have been held to account – even as their companies admitted wrongdoing and paid billions in fines.

On Wednesday, nine Democratic senators came out in support of a resolution to make four-year public colleges in the U.S. debt-free.

Lawrence Lessig, Marianne Williamson, Killswitch, New Hampshire Rebellion, Move to Amend, WolfPAC, money in politics, Trans-Pacific Partnership, TPP, Article V convention, Citizens United, campaign finance reform

On June 4, two of the nation’s leading voices against political corruption, Lawrence Lessig and Marianne Williamson, will join Occupy.com's screening of "Killswitch" in a call for sweeping citizen action to root money out of politics in 2016.

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