External Resources

Overview

External Resources

Public Policy Institute of California
Informing and improving public policy through independent, objective, non-partisan research.

University of California, Berkeley, Labor Center
Provides public service and outreach programs with research on topics such as job quality and workforce development issues.

California Budget Project
Engages in independent fiscal and policy analysis with the goal of improving public policies affecting the economic and social well-being of low- and middle-income Californians.

National Institute on Retirement Security
National research and education programs designed to foster understanding of the value of retirement to employees, employers, and the economy.

California Tax Reform Association
Dedicated to a fair tax system that would provide the foundation for a healthy public sector and a successful economy.

Progressive States Network
Transforming the political landscape by sparking progressive actions and providing coordinated research and strategic advocacy tools to state legislators and their staff.

California Labor Federation
Represents 2.1 million union member in manufacturing, health care, entertainment and other industries from more than 1,200 AFL-CIO and Change to Win unions.

Center for State and Local Government Excellence
Promotes excellence in state and local government in order to attract and retain talented public servants.

Economic Policy Institute
Works to raise the economic status of low- and middle-income Americans by persuading policy makers to adopt policies good for working people.

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