Author: Caitlin Styrsky

  • Year in review 2023, part one

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    Economy and Society is Ballotpedia’s weekly review of the developments in corporate activism; corporate political engagement; and the environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) trends and events that characterize the growing intersection between business and politics. This week and next, Economy & Society will review the most important ESG developments from 2023.  This week’s edition…

  • SCOTUS hears oral argument in constitutional challenge to SEC enforcement proceedings

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    The Checks and Balances Letter delivers news and information from Ballotpedia’s Administrative State Project, including pivotal actions at the federal and state levels related to the separation of powers, due process, and the rule of law. This edition:  In this month’s edition of Checks and Balances, we review oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court…

  • Bargaining in Blue: Boston expands educational incentive plan in new police collective bargaining agreement

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    Bargaining in Blue, a monthly newsletter from Ballotpedia, provides news and information on police collective bargaining agreements (CBAs), including the latest news, policy debates, and insights from Ballotpedia’s analysis of police CBAs in all 50 states and the top 100 cities by population.  In this month’s edition of Bargaining in Blue, we examine higher education…

  • House committee issues more subpoenas related to ESG practices

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    Economy and Society is Ballotpedia’s weekly review of the developments in corporate activism; corporate political engagement; and the environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) trends and events that characterize the growing intersection between business and politics. ESG developments this week In Washington, D.C. House committee issues more subpoenas related to ESG practices The House Judiciary…

  • Proposed labor rule defining requirements for investment advisers receives more than 5,000 comments

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    Economy and Society is Ballotpedia’s weekly review of the developments in corporate activism; corporate political engagement; and the environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) trends and events that characterize the growing intersection between business and politics. ESG developments this week In Washington, D.C. Proposed labor rule defining requirements for investment advisers receives more than 5,000…

  • Bankers discuss ESG financial practices at UN climate conference

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    Economy and Society is Ballotpedia’s weekly review of the developments in corporate activism; corporate political engagement; and the environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) trends and events that characterize the growing intersection between business and politics. ESG developments this week Around the world Bankers discuss ESG financial practices at UN climate conference The United Nations’…

  • Bargaining in Blue: Virginia city considers adopting police collective bargaining ordinance

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    Bargaining in Blue, a monthly newsletter from Ballotpedia, provides news and information on police collective bargaining agreements (CBAs), including the latest news, policy debates, and insights from Ballotpedia’s analysis of police CBAs in all 50 states and the top 100 cities by population.  In this month’s edition of Bargaining in Blue, we examine state and…

  • Pensioner sues Oklahoma over ESG restrictions

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    Economy and Society is Ballotpedia’s weekly review of the developments in corporate activism; corporate political engagement; and the environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) trends and events that characterize the growing intersection between business and politics. ESG developments this week In the states Pensioner sues Oklahoma over ESG restrictions Former Oklahoma state employee Don Keenan…

  • SCOTUS takes up second Chevron case, bump stock ban challenge

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    The Checks and Balances Letter delivers news and information from Ballotpedia’s Administrative State Project, including pivotal actions at the federal and state levels related to the separation of powers, due process, and the rule of law. This edition:  In this month’s edition of Checks and Balances, we review the United States Supreme Court’s decision to…

  • House Republicans continue ESG pushback

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    Economy and Society is Ballotpedia’s weekly review of the developments in corporate activism; corporate political engagement; and the environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) trends and events that characterize the growing intersection between business and politics. ESG developments this week In Washington, D.C. and around the world House Republicans continue ESG pushback House Republicans again…