Roosevelt at UTK’s Hayley Brundige on why “Tennesee is not for sale”: Privatization would not only slash hours and benefits for current workers, but lower the standard of treatment for any new hires. It’s an all-around loss for waged workers in Tennessee and the local economies they contribute to. Read the full piece here!
Roosevelters at the University of Tennessee Knoxville have allied with a host of on-campus groups to oppose Governor Bill Haslam’s privatization plan. The plan would outsource facility management at virtually all state-operated buildings including hospitals, prisons, start parks and National guard sites. Roosevelters are opposing not just the plan itself that could have calamitous repercussions,
Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network members and alumni weigh in on President Obama’s sixth State of the Union address. Brett Dunn, University of Alabama ’17: In the face of strong Republican opposition, President Obama made his stance on many controversial topics quite clear. He outlined his views on topics such as the minimum wage, equal