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Will auto manufacturing jobs of the future be good jobs, or will highly profitable automakers continue driving a race to the bottom? It depends on what we do now to confront anti-union employers and weak labor laws across the South and Midwest. Join us Tues., Nov. 9, at 4:00 p.m. ET. Register for the webinar

Critics of the Build Back Better Act are now trying to claim it will add to the nation’s debt. That is false. The bill will be fully paid for with tax revenues, stresses EPI’s Josh Bivens in a Twitter thread.

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The economic damage done by COVID-19 in the U.S. was amplified by decades of policy choices leading up to it. To counter the damage, we need visionary policies that will help us not only revive our economy but also live up to the constitutional and moral commitments this country was founded on. Read the article

EPI State Economic Analyst Julia Wolfe explains what preemption is, how preemption is frequently abused by states, and how this abuse hurts workers and their families in cities across the country. Watch the video

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