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Jamie Way | October 25, 2016

In cities across the country, our communities face crises of housing affordability, dangerous and unsustainable infrastructure, unprecedented inequality, and attacks on our right to participate democratically in determining our future. To read the rest of this article, click here.

Jamie Way | October 18, 2016

Elizabeth Warren has long been calling for a federal probe into the short-term property rental industry – a shot aimed square at the upside-down-heart logo of Airbnb. This Tyrannosaurus Disruptus is swinging a $30bn tail through rental markets from Venice, California, to Venice, Italy. Now, people are starting to pay attention.

Jamie Way | October 18, 2016

San Francisco’s battle to impose regulations on the short-term rental industry intensified this week with the introduction of legislation that would impose tougher time limits and a call for a federal probe into the industry. Click here to read the rest of this article.

Recent Blog Posts

Jamie Way | November 15, 2016

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Partnership for Working Families’ Statement of Support for the Standing Rock Water Protectors

NATIONAL – Partnership for Working Families stands in solidarity with the peaceful protesters at Standing Rock Camp in resisting Energy Transfer Partners’ Dakota Access Pipeline. Below is Partnership for Working Families Executive Director Nikki Fortunato Bas’ statement:

Jamie Way | November 10, 2016

The following is a statement from Partnership for Working Families Executive Director Nikki Fortunato Bas:

Yesterday, like many of you, I grieved for our country and for those we hold dear. We now face a future in which our previous victories may be dismantled, while hatred and scapegoating of our communities become the norm.

Jamie Way | October 20, 2016

Today the Kentucky Supreme Court blocked Louisville's $9 an hour minimum wage. Below is a statement from Partnership for Working Families Executive Director, Nikki Fortunato Bas:

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Building a New Economy for All

The Partnership is leading a renewal of our economy in metropolitan regions across the country. We build diverse community and labor alliances to advance innovative programs that create quality jobs and strengthen healthy communities.

  • Building a powerful network of urban affiliates
  • Forming strong alliances with organizations and advocates
  • Winning campaigns to bring good, safe jobs to low income communities & communities of color

Resulting in green cities, and healthier living for working families

Building a New Economy for All »