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March 20, 2005

"...big legislative wins"

The Seattle Times notices that the environmental movement (and to a lesser extent, labor) is having a pretty good legislative session so far.  All four of the environmental community's legislative priorities are still alive while "business leaders are bracing for what they say could be their worst session in years." 

If you're interested in getting a few well-timed email alerts on these priority issues as the final weeks of the session unfold, you can sign up online at:

   

http://www.environmentalpriorities.org/involved/alert/

What I don't like about this article is that it plays into the bullsh*t frame of "economy vs. environment (and labor)" -- when everyone knows that a healthy environment and fair labor practices are what create a truly healthy economy. 

Posted by Jon Stahl on March 20, 2005 at 09:26 AM in Policy | Permalink

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