Representative Bass, Senator Gillibrand, and Senator Duckworth led a letter signed by 73 of their Congressional colleagues in support of Jobs to Move America’s local hire campaign
JMA released a report with The International Transportation Learning Center (ITLC) to assist public transit agencies in meeting the requirements in the bipartisan infrastructure bill to train workers in the operations and maintenance of zero emissions buses (ZEBs). In the
Between 1993 and 2020, Alabama gave away $4 billion in tax incentives to corporations like Amazon, Mercedes, Toyota and Google to incentivize job creation. But those giveaways were made with little to no transparency and accountability—and with often questionable return
About the panelPanelists presented a groundbreaking new analysis of federal procurement law to reveal how regulatory changes can transform the U.S. economy by directing federal resources for physical, social and climate-related infrastructure to rebuild high-road American businesses and create good jobs
This factsheet outlines JMA's vision, what we're doing to get there, and who we work with.
This fact sheet explains the basics of a CBA and our work to win them.
This factsheet outline's the work of JMA's New York team.
This factsheet outlines the work of JMA's California team.
This factsheet outlines the work of JMA's Illinois team.
This factsheet outlines JMA's work on our campaign to lift the ban on local hire.