Author: Caitlin Styrsky

  • Senators ask Treasury for additional climate finance regulation

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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. Senators ask Treasury for additional climate finance regulation The Treasury Department released…

  • Bargaining in Blue: Judge denies Connecticut State Police Union request to withhold officer names from misconduct investigation

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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 union representation…

  • Federal court rules in favor of Biden ESG retirement rule

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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. Federal court rules in favor of Biden ESG retirement rule A federal…

  • EPA revises waters of the United States definition to conform with SCOTUS ruling

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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 a new EPA rule issued to comply…

  • House GOP passes four more bills opposing ESG out of committee

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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 GOP passes four more bills opposing ESG out of committee House…

  • House Republicans consider next ESG actions

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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 Republicans consider next ESG actions House Republicans held hearings, issued statements,…

  • SEC regulation slows ahead of expected climate disclosure rule

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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. SEC regulation slows ahead of expected climate disclosure rule The Securities and…

  • Examining BlackRock’s shift away from ESG

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    The Economy and Society letter is Ballotpedia’s weekly review of the developments in corporate activism; corporate political engagement; and the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) trends and events that characterize the growing intersection between business and politics. ESG developments this week On Wall Street and in the private sector Examining BlackRock’s shift away from ESG…

  • Bargaining in Blue: Arbitrator reinstates Massachusetts police officers denied religious exemption for COVID-19 vaccine

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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 arbitration provisions…

  • House Judiciary Committee requests ESG documents from California pension system

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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 Judiciary Committee requests ESG documents from California pension system House Judiciary…