As part of 2016's Consumer Federation of America's
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Theory of Change, Part III: Equitable Lending and Investments
It has been a dizzying couple of weeks following the new administration’s series of actions and appointments that are likely to roll back protections for workers, retires, consumers, refugees, and others. Although Woodstock Institute is nonpartisan and has not published separate responses to each unfortunate action, appointment, tweet, and misstatement of facts, we have been working closely with allies across the country to demonstrate support for many of the well-researched policies that are under attack.
It has been a busy and productive 2016 here at Woodstock Institute. What follows is far from an exhaustive account of Woodstock’s policy and research activities over the year. It’s just a quick survey of some of the “greatest hits.”
This past year was a doozy! We made some significant progress on many fronts (see our Year in Review and below), but now much of that progress is threatened by the results of the election and the likelihood that people hostile to Woodstock Institute’s financial justice mission will be holding the reins of power. We are determined to defend and extend our progress and fight hard next year.
.@RepLaHood Vote NO HJ 66/67, which will hurt workers saving for retirement & make employers risk ERISA liability under IL Secure Choice