On July 15th at 3:00 pm EST / 12:00 pm PST, Progressive States Network hosted a conference call with the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies Media and Technology Institute for an exclusive conversation with Blair Levin as he addressed state leaders on the National Broadband Plan’s implications for states.
On Tuesday June 29th, 2010, one month before Arizona's draconian
immigration law was set to take effect, state legislators from across the
country stood together to show how their states are rejecting the
politics of division illustrated by Arizona’s recent approach, and
advancing inclusive, pro-immigrant policies at the state level -
policies that promote the effective integration of immigrants as
critical members of communities and state economies. On a call co-hosted by Progressive States NetworkandNational Immigration Law Center, these leaders introduced State
Legislators for Progressive Immigration Policy, a
rapidly growing network of dozens of legislators in 28 states leading
the way forward with effective and positive solutions to address the
nation’s broken immigration system at the state level.
Progressive States Network hosted a national conference call on Thursday, April 1st at 3 pm
EST to discuss the
implications of the decennial Census for state and local communities and
how states can maximize their benefits from engaging with the Census
Progressive States Network hosted a national conference call on Friday, March 12th at 1:00 pm EST announcing the release of a new joint report, Networking the Green Economy: How Broadband & Related Technologies Can Build a Green Economic Future.
On Friday, February 26th at 1:00pm EST, Progressive States Network hosted a national conference call and online webinar to discuss the debate over funding state retirement systems and facts policymakers should know in making related decisions.
On Monday, February 8th at 4pm EST, Progressive States
Network hosted a national conference call to discuss how state
legislators can take action in their statehouses to sponsor legislation that highlights the abuses of the insurance industry and refocuses public debate on the crisis that led to demands for health reform in the first place.
Progressive States Network hosted a national conference call with experts and legislative leaders on Tuesday December 15th at 3pm EST to discuss Foreclosure and Predatory Lending Reform, one of the policies included in PSN's 2010 Shared Multi-State Agenda.
Progressive States Network hosted a national conference call on Friday December 11th at 1pm EST with experts and legislative leaders to discuss Green Buildings and Green Jobs, one of the policies included in PSN's 2010 Shared Multi-State Agenda. Lawmakers, advocates, and experts discussed how state and local governments can promote energy efficiency and good green jobs through
retrofitting existing buildings and homes, and developing new buildings based on national standards.
Progressive States Network hosted a national conference call on Friday, December 4th at 1:00pm EST with experts and legislative leaders to discuss Corporate Transparency in the State Budget, one of the policies included in PSN's 2010 Shared Multi-State Agenda. Speakers discussed the need for transparency and disclosure, policy
details, and best practices for building campaigns and moving corporate
transparency initiatives in the states.