Thesaurus / advocate


Voting-rights advocates said they are concerned with requirements that create more opportunities for voters to make mistakes and potentially make it less likely for their ballot to count.

Of course, for many privacy advocates, surveillance drones capturing people’s every move is a dystopian nightmare.

Globally, the commitment has been well received by climate advocates.

Instead, according to records obtained by ProPublica, the deputy contacted the Heritage Foundation’s Hans von Spakovsky, a leading advocate for the discredited argument that American elections are tainted by widespread voting fraud.

This is a tremendous opportunity for someone who has the credibility and composure to lead the search community as an educator and an advocate.

Malchick, the former child advocate, believes that if someone had notified the child welfare system that Mouser was in the home and Blake was pregnant with his child, it would have been required to investigate.

Consumer advocates and attorneys say Oportun’s legal strategy is also likely effective because many of its borrowers are undocumented and fear the legal system.

The Loan Company That Sued Thousands of Low-Income Latinos During the Pandemicby Kiah Collier, Ren Larson and Perla TrevizoAugust 31, 2020ProPublica

Meanwhile, Taylor Swift has become a regular political advocate for voting on her Instagram page.

Now 60 years old, Brockovich is a full-time environmental advocate, and in the nearly three decades since the Hinkley case, she says things have gotten worse.

Erin Brockovich Is at It AgainHeather HansmanAugust 27, 2020Outside Online

Peer and other advocates attempted to ban the practice five years ago.


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