“Thinking Big” with Brandi Collins-Dexter
Join us as we talk with Brandi Collins-Dexter for our latest "Thinking Big." We’ll discuss issues of political identity, power, and economy through the lens of Black voters and hear her perspective on how we can repair a fracturing relationship.
Ban Secret Deals: How to Take On the Economic Development Subsidy Machine
On July 28 at 1:00 p.m. ET, join the American Economic Liberties Project, NY Senate Deputy Majority Leader Michael Gianaris and other state and community leaders for an important conversation and workshop about the harms of secret deals and why states must ban them.
“Thinking Big” with Dr. Elizabeth Popp Berman
Join us as we talk with Dr. Elizabeth Popp Berman for the second installment of “Thinking Big.” We’ll dig into the origins of this economic style of reasoning, its takeover of federal policymaking, and how it can be overcome.
Economic Liberties and NCPA Present: How PBMs Impact Drug Prices, Communities, and Patients
PBMs raise drug prices, create pharmacy deserts, are turn pharmacy care into a nightmare. Learn more about the FTC’s new 6(b) study of PBMs and why we need bipartisan solutions from Congress, featuring Sen. Sherrod Brown, Rep. Buddy Carter, and FTC Chair Lina Khan.
“Thinking Big” Kick Off Talk with NYT’s Peter Goodman
At a moment of acute political, economic, and social uncertainty, please join us as we take a step back to wrestle with big ideas shaping our politics with NYT's Peter Goodman to discuss his book, “Davos Man: How the Billionaires Devoured the World.”