July 29, 2022 — In NJ Star-Ledger, Economic Liberties' Director of State & Local Policy Pat Garofalo details how a New Jersey town fought back against a harmful corporate subsidy agreement.
July 28, 2022 — A joint report from the American Economic Liberties Project and Fight Corporate Monopolies, "Ban Secret Deals: How Secret Corporate Subsidy Deals Harm Communities, and What to Do About It," details the harmful nature of secretive “economic development” deals and provides local communities with tools to combat them.
May 10, 2022 — The New Yorkers for a Fair Economy coalition released a report that reveals a striking correlation between declining wages within the warehouse and delivery industry and the growth of Amazon’s dominance in New York State.
March 23, 2022 — "The Dirtiest Dozen," a paper written in partnership with Hedge Clippers, Little Sis, Public Accountability Initiative, New York Communities for Change, New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness, Strong Economy for All, and the Invest in Our New York coalition, catalogs 12 of New York state’s worst economic development deals.
February 10, 2022 — For the Chicago Tribune, Economic Liberties’ Director of State & Local Policy Pat Garofalo details the harms posed by the use of NDAs in economic development deals. Garofalo also urges Illinois lawmakers to ban the NDAs by passing the Honesty in Economic Development Act.
November 9, 2021 — "Stop Subsidizing Big Tech’s Expansion" is part three of "Tools for Taking on Big Tech’s Economic Power: A Guide for State Lawmakers."