Toward An Equitable Stimulus Package

The current stimulus package being debated in Congress is likely to be the first of a few. In this article, we consider some precedents for transformative legislation– and some models for other bailouts and stimulus packages- as a blueprint for what we should be focusing on in developing any stimulus policy.

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Sure, the Federal Government is Failing. What if That’s The Point?

Critiques of Donald Trump’s presidency have focused on his use of the executive office for personal gain. Less discussed is the intentionality of the executive’s efforts to undermine the effectiveness of the federal government at large.

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POCACITO Explores Sustainable Entrepreneurship in Germany

Nat gets a chance to chat with Chloe Maryam Mohr, a Senior Planner with Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, who joined the latest POCACITO cohort for a study tour of Germany’s entrepreneurial ecosystem in sustainability and energy.

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Los Angeles: Beyond The Supreme Reign of the Motorcar

The culture of mobility in Los Angeles is still stuck in the single-passenger automotive mindset. But the infrastructure begs to differ.

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The Fed’s COVID19 Rate Cuts Can’t Stop What’s Coming

Corporate America had beaucoup problems before COVID19 hit the scene. Now, it’s just a matter of time before the corporate debt bubble bursts– with massive implications for the US economy and worker.

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Epilogue from the Climate Leadership Conference: We Cannot Stop Asking The Tough Questions

The Climate Leadership Conference did a great job of bringing powerful stakeholders together. What it didn’t do such a great job of was asking tough questions of those stakeholders. But there is always opportunity to continue the dialogue.

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