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Anona Neal is a research associate for Inclusive Economy at American Progress, primarily focusing on the intersection of the economy and women’s issues. Prior to joining American Progress, Neal worked as a program facilitator with the nonprofit Girls Inc., based in greater Houston, where she focused on expanding advocacy and increasing girls’ knowledge of social justice-related issues. She graduated from Rice University with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and social policy analysis.

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5 Reasons Automakers Must Provide Good Jobs and Lower Vehicle Emissions Article

5 Reasons Automakers Must Provide Good Jobs and Lower Vehicle Emissions

In the face of demands for better jobs and stronger health protections, some automakers claim they can’t improve job quality and lower vehicle emissions—but they have the resources to support middle-class-led economic growth and clean up their vehicle fleets.

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