A major loss was also the termination of the Flemming Fellows Leadership Institute, which the Center for Policy Alternatives formed at the suggestion of Mary Landrieu of Louisiana and Sherrod Brown of Ohio, now both U.
What does CPA stand for?
CPA stands for Center for Policy Alternatives
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delegations, and national and local boards, including the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, the Center for Policy Alternatives, the Communications Consortium Media Center, the National Civic League, and MDC.
The Center for Policy Alternatives filed a petition before the Supreme Court, and we have got a restraining order on the police,'' a lawyer for the CPA said.
and went to work in the nonprofit sector on projects for the Center for Policy Alternatives and Americans for Democratic Action.
Also at the conference, Linda Tarr-Whelan, president of the Center for Policy Alternatives, released findings from a survey her group recently conducted.
A new report from the Center for Policy Alternatives found that 27 state retirement systems are involved in ETIs, most of which are for local housing and venture capital projects.
Representative to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, to launch an international division at the Center for Policy Alternatives.
Her prior experience includes the following: regulatory counsel at Bell Atlantic in New York, associate in the Newark law firm of McCarter and English, attorney in the United States Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, program coordinator for the Center for Policy Alternatives in Washington, and policy adviser in the Governor's Office of Policy and Planning in New Jersey.