Partnership Blog & News

East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable... | November 18, 2008

On September 24, 2008, the East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy (EBASE) released an eagerly awaited report—one of the first of its kind—highlighting a growing majority of responsible development policies in the Bay Area that are making a difference in people’s lives.

Puget Sound Sage | November 18, 2008

By Grace Sheedy, Puget Sound Sage Outreach & Communications Coordinator

After almost two years of rallies, marches, postcard writing, a

Pittsburgh UNITED | November 18, 2008

One Hill CBA Campaign
The One Hill CBA Coalition has moved into the first stages of CBA implementation mode.

Citizen Action of Wisconsin Educati... | November 18, 2008

Jobs Jobs Jobs!

Leslie Moody | November 18, 2008

What an exhausting, exhilarating fall this has been!

It was so inspiring to see our movement rally in Colorado, with dozens of friends from Par

Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy | November 18, 2008

On October 1, the nation’s first Clean Trucks Program was launched at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, culminating an epic battle to bring cleaner air and better jobs to the region’s largest industry.

Partnership for Working Families | November 18, 2008

By Mark Spadafore, SANE Executive Director & Jean Kessner, SANE Board Member

Letter to the Editor sent to Syracuse Newspapers on Friday

Sebrina Owens-Wilson | August 28, 2008

In 2007, working families struggled to make ends meet in regional economies that continued to be marked by unprecedented inequality.

Partnership for Working Families | August 28, 2008

By Kate Atkins, GANE Executive Director

With only a few months in existence, GANE kicks off the year by taking on an ambitious Community Be

Center on Policy Initiatives | August 28, 2008

By Susan Duerksen, CPI Communications Director

The Center on Policy Initiatives (CPI) celebrated an important victory in July, when the San Diego City Council approved several reforms we proposed to protect against some of the worst risks of privatization. These reforms will help make sure private contractors can't take over city functions by scrimping on worker health coverage in the quality of services.

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