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  • He's part of the so-called Blue-Green caucus, a reference to more than a dozen labor-and-environmental-minded House Democrats who have come together to stand as a bulwark against the, at times, centrist tilt of the House caucus.

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  • He's part of the so-called Blue-Green caucus, a reference to more than a dozen labor-and-environmental-minded House Democrats who have come together to stand as a bulwark against the, at times, centrist tilt of the House caucus.

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  • He's part of the so-called Blue-Green caucus, a reference to more than a dozen labor-and-environmental-minded House Democrats who have come together to stand as a bulwark against the, at times, centrist tilt of the House caucus.

    Crosscut

  • He's part of the so-called Blue-Green caucus, a reference to more than a dozen labor-and-environmental-minded House Democrats who have come together to stand as a bulwark against the, at times, centrist tilt of the House caucus.

    Crosscut

  • He's part of the so-called Blue-Green caucus, a reference to more than a dozen labor-and-environmental-minded House Democrats who have come together to stand as a bulwark against the, at times, centrist tilt of the House caucus.

    Crosscut

  • Joe is wrapping up his third session with Sharon, who has quickly made her mark as one of the hardest-working and most effective members of the Democratic caucus and the Blue-Green Alliance.

    Afternoon Fizz: Son of State Senator to Run for Open State House Seat « PubliCola

  • And while Blue-Green leader Rep. Tami Green, withdrew her call for $80 million in state worker health care benefits, they did add $22 million last night — plus another $43 million from other funds — increasing monthly employer costs from $768 to $863 per employee.

    Restoring Some Funding, (Most) House Liberals Go Along with Harsh Budget « PubliCola

  • For example, during the regular session, when the Blue-Green alliance (the ad-hoc progressive caucus in the House) got done with their budget amendments, the spending equation got up to $857 million — lowering the House ending fund cushion by about $50 million.

    Will Progressive Agenda Survive Budget Vote? « PubliCola

  • To build a robust clean-energy economy will require putting millions of people to work in new jobs, right here in the U.S. The Blue-Green Alliance between "tree huggers" and "hard hats" is based on the recognition that those jobs are the key to both a prosperous middle class and a healthy environment.

    Michael Brune: United We Stand for Solutions

  • But we really need some kind of income tax, also a carbon tax with rebate: Combining these two kinds of taxes would be the perfect Blue-Green alliance. blog comments powered by Disqus publicola nerds

    Sunday Op-Ed « PubliCola

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