Press Releases

De Blasio Administration Backs Off NYC Uber Cap

Today, the de Blasio administration backed away from legislation that would put a cap on the number of ridesharing vehicles allowed to operate in New York City. The city will, however, still conduct a study on ridesharing’s impact on traffic and the environment.

Kevin Gardner: Let Food Trucks Thrive in Motor City

Detroit desperately needs to spread the economic growth that food trucks bring to the table. We need economic investment and activity in places other than downtown. Food trucks are projected to generate $2.7 billion in revenue by 2017.

Obama Continues Push for Criminal Justice Reform

Today, President Barack Obama visited a federal prison in El Reno, Oklahoma, continuing his focus on criminal justice reform. His visit comes on the heels of the recent commutations he granted for 46 drug offenders and his remarks at the NAACP convention earlier this week.

13.5% of Young People Out of Work in June

(WASHINGTON) – Generation Opportunity, a national, non-partisan youth advocacy organization, is announcing its Millennial Jobs Report for June 2015. The data is non-seasonally adjusted (NSA) and is specific to 18-29 year-olds: