Case brought by Koch-funded group would weaken the rights of employees and silence the voice of working Americans
In the 2014 midterm elections, many candidates ran away from core progressive beliefs and values. In turn, voters ran away from them. But in 2015, the story is very different.
Young voters, key to the 2016 election, want to hear real solutions to inequality from both parties
The Progressive Agenda Committee, University of Iowa Lecture Committee to sponsor bipartisan event
Iowa City, IA – The Progressive Agenda Committee and the University of Iowa Lecture Committee today jointly announced that a bipartisan presidential forum focused on inequality will be held on Sunday, December 6, at the University of Iowa.
Did you know that the top 25 hedge fund managers in the United States make more than every single kindergarten teacher in the country—combined?
Endorsement demonstrates continued momentum behind 15-point plan of bold, concrete policies to address America’s inequality crisis
(WASHINGTON, DC) – Signaling a united front on the issue of combatting income inequality, the Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) voted to endorse The Progressive Agenda.
The CPC is the largest caucus within the House Democratic Caucus, and their endorsement of The Progressive Agenda shows a major coalescence among leaders in the progressive community.
This week, we saw just how powerful our collective voice can be when it comes to making progressive change happen.
In just a few weeks, The Progressive Agenda has helped push the conversation about income inequality toward real, achievable solutions.
Mayor Bill de Blasio took to Face The Nation this week to highlight the urgency of this crisis and outline some of the key proposals from the agenda.