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  • Obamacare: The majority of Americans now say “don’t repeal”

    Obamacare is more popular than ever, but with opponents of the law firmly in control of government, its future remains more uncertain than ever.

    “My family has been in the Ozarks since the 1800s. We are historically a Republican family, we are a farming family, we’re an NRA family, we’re an army family.” That’s how 25-year-old Kati McFarland prefaced her question to Senator Tom Cotton at his Arkansas Town Hall meeting on February 23.

    And then, she added:

    “Without the coverage for pre-existing conditions, I will ...

  • Get the facts: Truth Team Digest

    A special-edition deep-dive into U.S. immigration, refugees, and national security implications.

    Less than a week into their new session, congressional leaders are already taking steps to repeal Obamacare. Let's look a little more closely at what repeal would mean.

    Plus a couple of things you can do right now to make your voice heard on this issue.

  • Get the facts: Truth Team Digest

    A special-edition deep-dive into likely consequences of repealing the Affordable Care Act.

    Less than a week into their new session, congressional leaders are already taking steps to repeal Obamacare. Let's look a little more closely at what repeal would mean.

    Plus a couple of things you can do right now to make your voice heard on this issue.

  • Get the facts: Read the Truth Team Digest

    In this special edition of the Truth Team digest, we look at the week's most important stories around gun violence prevention.

    Read some important stories from the week that you don't want to miss.

    No fluff, just facts—that's the Truth Team way.

  • Get the facts: Read the Truth Team Digest

    The real deal on Iran, news from NASA, and more money saved by Obamacare. Here's a round up of this week's top news.

    Read some important stories from the week that you don't want to miss.

    No fluff, just facts—that's the Truth Team way.

  • Get the facts: Read the OFA Truth Team Digest

    The economy, paid-leave, Iran, and more. Here's a round up of some of last week's news.

    A handful of important stories from last week that you don't want to miss.

    No fluff, just facts—that's the Truth Team way.

  • Get the facts: Read the Truth Team Digest

    The Clean Power Plan, Medicaid, and paid sick leave—oh my! Here's a round up of last week's top news.

    Read some important stories from the week that you don't want to miss.

    No fluff, just facts—that's the Truth Team way.

  • Get the facts: Read the Truth Team Digest

    Read the latest on LGBT rights, a drop in jobless claims, and more

    It's been a busy week in the news. Stay up-to-date with four stories that are easy to read and even easier to share.

    Check out the latest on LGBT rights, a notable drop in jobless claims, and more.

    No fluff, just facts—that's the Truth Team way.

  • Five stories you don’t want to miss this week

    The latest edition of the Truth Team digest

    Five of the biggest news stories from the past week you won't want to miss:

    • The U.S. economy continues on the right track, adding 223,000 new jobs in April.
    • A new study shows the Affordable Care Act is responsible for a dramatic expansion of insurance coverage.
    • Here's a great take-down of some of the biggest climate change myths.
    • The President's Clean Power Plan could save thousands of lives each year.
    • Cutting NASA’s earth science budget is a real threat—and it affects all of us.
    Check them out, and make sure to pass them along.

    No fluff, just facts—that's the Truth Team way.


  • Here are some articles you don’t want to miss

    The latest edition of the Truth Team Digest

    This time, we bring you five recent news stories that answer the following questions:

    • Why does the President's trade policy matter?
    • How would a decline in U.S. science spending threaten our economy and security?
    • Why did the Transportation Secretary say our system is “in a huge ditch"?
    • What would it be like if you made a bunch of negative predictions about the President's policies and none of them actually came to pass?
    • What's President Obama's best case for taking immediate action on climate change?