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A Great Economy Will Not Guarantee Reelection

Axios – What the 2018 Midterms Mean for Succeeding in Washington: “Last week’s election participation by eligible voters was 49.2%, according to the latest available figures — the highest for a midterm election in 104 years (since 50.4% in 1914), … Continue reading

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A Green Economy Must Achieve Climate Justice

There is no such thing as free lunch in environmental policy. Somebody, somewhere has to pay for climate protection. In their recent article, Inequality, Social Resilience, and the Green Economy, Sidney A. Shapiro and Robert R. M. Verchick remind us … Continue reading

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Social Justice in a Green Economy

A green economy could counter the dangerous effects of climate change. It could also create thousands of new jobs. But what happens to the many communities across the United States whose economies depend on industries like manufacturing and mining? Legal … Continue reading

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Regulating the Green Economy

A green economy will generate thousands of new jobs—many more than will be lost to regulations on carbon pollution. But a green economy may also increase wealth inequality in some parts of the United States because people who lose jobs … Continue reading

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Join CCIA & CPI for the inaugural conference on CHALLENGES TO ANTITRUST IN A CHANGING ECONOMY Fri, November 9, 2018

Join CCIA & CPI for the inaugural conference on Confirmed Speakers Joaquín Almunia / Former EU Commissioner for Competition, Brussels Rob Atkinson / President, Information Technology & Innovation, DC Bill Baer / Partner, Arnold & Porter, DC Jon Baker /… … Continue reading

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