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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Tuesday, October 2, 2012
A new study to be released by Project New America on Wednesday, just before the first presidential debate in Denver, shows that a strong majority of undecided voters in western states are waiting to make their decision about which candidate to vote for until after the debates.
Presidential Debate Schedule 2012: Dates, Times & Information
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Seth Masket: The First Debate: What to Expect
The University of Denver is hosting the first of this year's presidential debates this coming Wednesday. It's a thrilling, if rather disorienting, time on campus right now, but I thought I'd take a few moments to sum up what we might expect to see.
Eleanor Acer: Debating Immigration Detention Reform
The United States is a nation of immigrants. It's shocking that those who flee to this country seeking protection from persecution, as well as many other immigrants seeking better lives, are often welcomed to this great nation with shackles and prison uniforms.
Kassie Siegel: Denver Debate Shouldn't Skip Tough Climate Questions
These men want the most important job in America. That requires facing tough questions. And it means giving us straight answers on climate change.
Paul Szep: The Daily Szep- The Great Debate
Peter Dreier: Barry Commoner, Pioneering Environmental Scientist and Activist, Dies at 95
Described in 1970 by Time magazine as the "Paul Revere of ecology," Barry Commoner followed Rachel Carson as America's most prominent modern environmentalist.

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