Co-published by Fast Company
A federal program’s critics say it provides questionable benefits for low-income communities and hastens gentrification — while awarding large tax breaks to the wealthiest.
Critics of outsourcing say the rush to replace the wages and benefits of public employees with lower-paying, private-sector jobs has taken its toll on America’s middle class.
Co-published by the American Prospect
The strike by Uber and Lyft drivers came amidst highly anticipated initial public offerings from the two rideshare giants.
But a county ordinance kicks in too late to help others.
As affordable-housing agreements written 30 years ago begin to lapse, California is set to lose more than 34,000 affordable-rent units.