It’s not an easy time to be a progressive in America. But things aren’t all bad, as a new study by the Center for Policy Alternatives called “Progress in the States” demonstrates:
Progress in the States describes 144 proactive, progressive measures that have become law, or will become law, in 2005. Overall, the study demonstrates the vitality and variety of progressive successes in the states.
The report documents successes at the state level on issues ranging from minimum wage to energy efficiency to prescription drug prices. Take a trip on the sunny side and check out the full report here.