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Monday politics roundup

* The politics podcast Keepin' It 1600 has moved sites and names and is now Pod Save America, with, according to the article, more of an emphasis on activism and ways to respond, in addition to analysis. This podcast is hosted by a group of ex-Obama staffers and gets a lot of really interesting guests, and I listen to it even though I basically never bother with podcasts. And their first ep of the new podcast interviews the two women who founded the Million Women March, and they are awesome. Highly recommended.

* Speaking of podcasts, I haven't listened to The 451 yet, a podcast about activism, but I'm intrigued.

* If you need another organization sending action items to your inbox, flippable is a group concerned with state and local races, particularly state legislatures, since those will be the ones responsible for the redistricting in 2020.

* Opposition in the Age of Gish Gallops - Blog post on why author thinks being a Republican congressperson will suck under Trump, and why that's good news for us.

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