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Ariela Weinberger
Philly girl turned New Yorker. Comms manager Tweets, opinions mine.
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Katy Milani Aug 20
Want to know why this announcement from the is so important????👇👇 "Business Roundtable urges firms to take into account employees, customers and community"
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Roosevelt Forward Aug 19
We need a president who will lead on restoring democracy and tackle the influence of money in both politics and policymaking. That's why wants to see and power discussed at the next .
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Ro Khanna Aug 18
Conservative pundits: Raising the minimum wage will destroy job growth and small businesses. Reality: As NYC raised its minimum wage from $7.25 to $15/hr, the restaurant industry outperformed the rest of the country in job growth and expansion.
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Roosevelt Institute Aug 13
"Business investment used to rise when U.S. companies took on more debt—because most companies borrowed to add capacity. Nowadays, they’re likelier to funnel the money to shareholders."
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Ariela Weinberger Aug 5
Replying to @Team_Mitch
This is the most insensitive thing I've ever seen.
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Felicia Wong Jul 31
As a card-carrying structuralist, and someone working day-in, day-out in politics, I have to say: this argument is wrong. Structural change isn't easy. But if there were ever an opening for altering the structures of how our economy works it's right now.
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Steve Liesman Aug 1
Probably needs to be stated again: the president is increasing tariffs the day after the Fed Chair (whom the president chose) warned that tariffs represent the single biggest threat to the us and global economies. And he said it repeatedly.
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Soledad O'Brien Aug 1
LOL. If you have to have the handful of Black people at your rally hold up t-shirts that say you’re not racist... chances are overwhelming that you’re racist.
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Ariela Weinberger Aug 1
Replying to @kendrabozarth
I wonder how he thinks we can pay for these children before we have careers...
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Roosevelt Institute Jul 31
Do you follow us at ? You should. There we get real about big ideas and offer bold takes on policy, politics, and the fight for our economy and democracy.
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Osita Nwanevu Jul 30
Almost every American watching this debate is tied with John Delaney in national polling.
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Alise Morales Jul 30
Marianne Williamson at the
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Ariela Weinberger Jul 30
Replying to @rortybomb @JHWeissmann
I’m on it ;)
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Ariela Weinberger Jul 30
Replying to @rortybomb @JHWeissmann
Arguably, best line of the night!
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Ariela Weinberger Jul 30
Replying to @toddntucker
Was also wondering that...
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Ariela Weinberger Jul 30
Congrats!!!! Can’t wait to read your work!!!
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Ariela Weinberger Jul 28
LOL... A government-subsidized housing structure has fallen into a dangerous state and has become thoroughly infested with criminals and rats, a leading congressman warned on Saturday.
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Brishen Rogers Jul 25
The scandal with DoorDash's tipping policy isn't that it "pocketed" some tips. The scandal is that doing so is legal under the FLSA. 29 U.S.C. 203(m).
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Ilhan Omar Jul 24
If this proposal is implemented it will hurt the most vulnerable amongst us. It would take food off kitchen tables, it would make surviving harder for millions. This policy is cruel.
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Ariela Weinberger Jul 23
Curbing corporate power and reclaiming public power are essential steps toward addressing the shared challenges that hold workers back at different jobs. In a new brief, outlines a one-two policy punch for two industries:
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