- What's Behind His Big-Money Campaign On The Federal Deficit11/21/2012An Economy for All | The Big Con | 501c(3)
- Heidi Shierholz
Economic Policy Institute06/08/2011An Economy for All | 501c(3) | Austerity Watch
This morning’s release of the June 2011 Employment Situation report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed a labor market in retreat. Virtually every single measure was weak: only 18,000 payroll jobs were added, nominal wages fell, unemployment was up in almost all age groups, more than 250,000 workers dropped out of the labor force altogether, and the public sector continued to bleed jobs. Furthermore, a downward revision to last month’s data means that this is the second month in a row with job growth at 25,000 or less. This is a remarkable, across-the-board backslide.
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner02/10/2011An Economy for All | 501c(3)
Democracy Corps and Campaign for America's Future01/18/2011An Economy for All | Health Care for All | Making It In America | Social Contract | 501c(4) | Economy Poll Winter 2011
- Report And Recommendations Of The Citizens’ Commission On Jobs, Deficits And America’s Economic Future11/30/2010An Economy for All | Social Contract | 501c(3)
- A Research Study On Investment and Deficit Reduction
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, Democracy Corps, Campaign for Amerca's Future08/12/2010An Economy for All | Social Contract | Progressive Vision | 501c(3) | Deficits and Economic Recovery
Politicians will face major voter backlash if they advocate cuts in Social Security benefits or choose deficit reduction over job creation, according to a poll by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner commissioned by the Campaign for America’s Future and Democracy Corps. This poll is based on interviews with 1,000 voters and is an in-depth look at how both conservative and progressive approaches toward federal spending resonate with likely voters.
- James K Galbraith
Americans for Democratic Action06/30/2010An Economy for All | Social Contract | 501c(3)
The Mellman Group06/17/2010An Economy for All | Making It In America | 501c(3)
- How The Student Loan Industry Enlisted Senators To Fight Reform And Protect ProfitsKevin Connor
Public Accountability Initiative03/22/2010An Economy for All | Curbing Wall Street | Quality Education | 501c(3) | Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act | student loan reform | student loans | Student Loan Reform
With billions in profits on the line, banks have waged an intensive, multimillion-dollar political and lobbying campaign against changes in the federal student loan program that would end billions in subsidies for the banks. They have enlisted six Democratic senators to raise concerns about the reform effort with Senate leadership. This report documents the extensive ties between the six senators—Blanche Lincoln, D-Ark.; Mark Warner, D-Va.; Tom Carper, D-Del.; Ben Nelson, D-Neb.; Bill Nelson, D-Fla., and Jim Webb, D-Va.—and major players in the student loan industry.
- Armand Biroonak and Kermit Kaleba
Institute for America's Future, National Skills Coalition01/28/2010An Economy for All | 501c(3)