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Group Blasts Fed for Lack of Diversity in Leadership

Wall Street Journal

Group Blasts Fed for Lack of Diversity in Leadership

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Federal Reserve leadership is overly...

Wall Street Journal | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

More on How Charter Schools Profit from Tax Dollars and Undermine Host School Districts

Recent weeks have brought a lot of press about the way charter schools are undermining public school districts and diverting tax dollars allocated for education too often to for-profit companies...

Jan Resseger Blog | Organizing for Education Justice
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Amazon Not Happy with Seattle’s New Compromise Head Tax

Amazon Not Happy with Seattle’s New Compromise Head Tax

An open letter May 14 to the city of Seattle from about 55 elected leaders—some from cities on Amazon’s short list for HQ2—rebuked Amazon for its tactics and its opposition to the tax proposal. “...

Bloomberg | Local Progress: A National Network of Progressive Local Elected Officials
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Six retailers agree to end on-call scheduling: AG Schneiderman

Six retailers agree to end on-call scheduling: AG Schneiderman

Six national retailers will cease to use on-call scheduling methods for employees nationwide following a multistate investigation, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced in a press...

Long Island Business News | Restoring a Fair Workweek

Why Is My Bank Teller Trying to Sell Me a Credit Card I Don't Want?

Mother Jones - April 9, 2015, by Josh Harkinson - Until recently, your typical banker was someone whose main job was to accept deposits, cash checks, and dispense basic financial advice. But now...

Families, Lawmakers to Speak at Rally in Washington, DC on Six-Month Anniversary of Hurricane María

“Protesters will gather for a rally at the headquarters of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and then march towards several congressional offices to voice their demands. The event is...

NPR Latino USA | Civic Engagement
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Flake gets a firsthand look at rage about Kavanaugh

Flake gets a firsthand look at rage about Kavanaugh

Moments after pivotal Sen. Jeff Flake announced he would vote to confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the Arizona Republican was confronted with the consequences.

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Houston Chronicle | Civic Engagement

Charter Schools Struggling to Meet Academic Growth

Star Tribune - February 17, 2015, by Kim McGuire - Students in most Minnesota charter schools are failing to hit learning targets and are not achieving adequate academic growth,...

Massive Fraud In PA Charter Schools Under Corbett's Leadership

Crooks and Liars - October 2, 2014, by Karoli - What could $30 million lost dollars mean to students in Pennsylvania? Maybe more teachers, more textbooks, better classrooms? Well, forget about it...

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The latest fight for employee rights: work schedule predictability

The latest fight for employee rights: work schedule predictability

Efforts to boost the minimum wage have gotten a lot of attention lately and proponents have scored some major victories. But workers rights advocates are now asking: What good is a wage boost if...

NPR Marketplace | Restoring a Fair Workweek

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