Join the Center for American Progress Action Fund and expert panelists as we discuss the 2016 election and Latino vote participation, taking a closer look at exit polling, outcomes in Florida, Colorado, and Nevada - two instrumental states with significant Latino populations and robust civic engagement operations - and the policies needed to increase turnout in future cycles.
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Please join us for a discussion on the legal foundation for seeking accountability from fossil fuel companies for climate change, as well as the importance of state attorney general investigations during the Trump presidency.
Please join Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Center for American Progress Action Fund President and CEO Neera Tanden for a conversation about sky-high prescription drug prices. Drug corporations continue to price their prescription drugs at levels that make them unaffordable to millions of Americans and that drive up the overall rate of the nation’s health...
In advance of the first presidential debate, please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund and distinguished progressive leaders for an event that will analyze and contrast the domestic and foreign policies offered by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Senator Elizabeth Warren (MA) will deliver a keynote address framing the major issues facing voters...
Please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund, AFL-CIO, Americans for Financial Reform, CERES, the Financial Accountability & Corporate Transparency (FACT) Coalition, the International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR), Patriotic Millionaires, Public Citizen, and US SIF: The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment for a discussion on transparency, long-termism, and the state of SEC corporate disclosures.
Working families could not have more at stake in the 2016 election, and putting their needs at the forefront of the debate in races at every level is critical. You are invited to join the Center for American Progress Action Fund for a conversation about the policies that women and working families need in order...
A highly skilled workforce is essential to a well-functioning economy. Skilled workers raise productivity, grow the American economy, and help maintain our global competitiveness. Skills training can also be a driver of economic mobility, helping workers increase their own wages and productivity. Both the public and private sectors can play a key role in helping raise the skills of America’s workforce, by developing and expanding access to high-quality training programs, such as apprenticeships, that lead to high-wage jobs.Hilton Penn's Landing, 201 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd, Grand Ballroom A, Philadelphia, PA, 19106
Please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund for a presentation by Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Sen. Warren will detail the roots of the economic challenges facing America’s working families, such as rising fixed expenses and increasing debt loads. The senator will describe how public policy shifts made during the last several decades have created an economy that benefits wealthy individuals and large corporations but leaves working families struggling to build opportunities. She will then outline several steps that policymakers can take to help level the playing field and to rebuild a robust middle class.Center for American Progress Action Fund, 1333 H St. NW, 10th Floor, Washington, D.C., , 20005
Please join the Center for American Progress for an exclusive discussion between Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro García Padilla, Antonio Weiss, Counselor to the U.S. Treasury Secretary and point person for the Administration’s response to the crisis, Puerto Rico Resident Commissioner Pedro Pierluisi, and Simon Johnson, a leading economist and expert on Puerto Rico’s fiscal crisis. The panel will discuss pros and cons of the PROMESA bill and how things will play out if Congress does not act before July 1.Center for American Progress Action Fund, 1333 H St. NW, 10th Floor, Washington, D.C., , 20005
This month, the U.S. Supreme Court will issue a decision in United States v. Texas, a case brought by Texas'and other states’ attorney generals that has stopped the implementation of Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents, or DAPA, and expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or expanded DACA—the executive actions announced by President Barack Obama in November 2014. The ongoing litigation has enjoined the actions and effectively put a hold on the millions of American families who are in limbo and at risk of separation. The case, which is being closely watched by immigrant Latino and Asian communities, will be decided against the backdrop of a highly charged presidential election, where immigration has emerged as a salient issue.Center for American Progress Action Fund, 1333 H St. NW, 10th Floor, Washington, D.C. , 20005
This event will gather legal experts, consumer advocates, and others to explore how mandatory arbitration clauses harm the public, as well as the efforts that can be taken to restore access to justice.Center for American Progress, 1333 H St. NW, 10th Floor, Washington, D.C., 20005