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Help Is on the Way for Virginia Student Loan Borrowers!

More than a million Virginians are saddled with student loan debt, and a lot of them have to deal with sketchy student loan servicers that have a history of scamming borrowers. Check this–– nowadays these companies are not subject to the same rules and oversight that exist for other financial service providers, like credit cards […]

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Leaving the Dirty Energy Economy Behind While Pushing Communities and Workers Ahead

After years of hard work by community members and environmental justice advocates, Just Transition will become law in Virginia on July 1. What’s that? So glad you asked. Starting July 1st, utility monopolies like Dominion Energy will be required to notify communities of an upcoming power plant closure, giving them the opportunity to plan to […]

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I Used to Be Pacific Islander, but Now I’m Asian

As a second-generation Filipino American, when I think of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, I think: screw those annoying standardized testing scantrons. I’m not talking about standardized tests itself, although I do have some feelings about those. I’m talking about the little section on the scantron, after filling out my name, where I’m […]