Workers at a Chipotle in Manhattan protest unsafe conditions, such as a lack of proper personal protective equipment and enforced social distancing, on May 7, 2020.Photo by 32BJ SEIU

States and Cities With Public Campaign Financing Lead on Paid Sick Leave Policies

In Connecticut and Maine, legislators who participated in public campaign financing programs led breakthroughs in passing paid sick leave policies for workers.

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Biden Re-Nominates Trump Pick and GOP Donor Jennifer Rearden as a Federal Judge

Rearden represented Chevron in its case against environmental and human rights attorney Steven Donziger, according to reports.

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Corporate Consultants Voted for New Lobbyists on the DNC

Executives at well-connected corporate consultancies voted to approve DNC Chair Jaime Harrison's slate of "at-large" members, which included several new corporate lobbyists.

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Major US Companies Slam Voter Suppression Laws Then Donate to Their Sponsors

The companies' donations appear to contradict their public statements in support of voting rights.