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Washington Post, May 26, 2022
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Labor leaders hail bus maker pact to hire more women, minority workers

One of the nation’s largest bus manufacturers has agreed to hire and promote more women and racial minorities, a dealthat worker advocates say is a model for ensuring that federal funds to replace diesel buses with battery-powered buses boosts workers

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Major electric vehicle manufacturer signs first multi-state agreement with community and civil rights group for equitable hiring and good jobs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts:  JMA: Paola Rodelas (808) 333-4782 prodelas@jobstomoveamerica.org Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP: Michael Troncoso (619) 338-3821 MTroncoso@rgrdlaw.com LOS ANGELES AND BIRMINGHAM, May 26, 2022 – Jobs to Move America (“JMA”), Greater Birmingham Ministries (“GBM”), and New

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Good Jobs First, September 23, 2021
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5 Questions with Patricia Todd: Alabama’s Transparency Problem

Good Job First speaks with Jobs to Move America’s Southern Policy Director about her new report about the lack of transparency around Alabama’s corporate tax incentives.

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Virtual Event: Is a New Southern Worker Movement Possible?

Watch the recording of our event from November 4 where we examine what it will take to unite labor rights and civil rights in the deep South FeaturingRandall L. Woodfin, Mayor of BirminghamSanchioni Butler, Political Campaign Organizer, MS AFL-CIOMusical guest

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AL Politics This Week, September 3, 2021
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AL Politics This Week: Dark Days (Guest: Former State Rep. Patricia Todd)

Former state Rep. Patricia Todd Zooms in to discuss Alabama tax dollars being given away secretly to major companies. 

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The Voice of Alabama Politics, September 5, 2021
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The V – September 5, 2021 – Guest: Former State Rep. Patricia Todd

Jobs to Move America Southern Policy Manager Patricia Todd appears on The V to discuss our report on Alabama’s corporate tax giveaways.

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The Valley Labor Report, August 21, 2021
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Alabama’s $4 Billion in Corporate Giveaways with Patricia Todd

Jobs to Move America’s Southern Policy Director spoke to The Valley Labor Report about her new report on Alabama’s corporate tax giveaways.

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Alabama Political Reporter, August 13, 2021
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Alabama’s corporate subsidies cost $4 billion over three decades, report says

A report released Wednesday by Jobs to Move America calls Alabama’s system for corporate tax incentives “exactly the wrong way” to improve the state’s economy, citing $4 billion in giveaways between 1993 and 2020 with scant information about what taxpayers have received in return.