Media Advisory: Rep. Cicilline Joins Experts For Virtual Briefing on Corporate Greed, Inflation, and Build Back Better
February 3, 2022 Groundwork Collaborative
On Thursday, February 3 at 4 p.m. Eastern, Representative David Cicilline (D-RI), Chairman of the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law, will join experts from Accountable.US, Groundwork Collaborative, and Navigator Research for a virtual briefing to discuss how price gouging and corporate greed are contributing to rising prices and how Congress can combat inflation and lower costs.
Press may RSVP here.
WHAT Rep. Cicilline and experts discuss corporate greed as a driver of inflation and the path forward for the Build Back Better Act.
- Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI), Chairman, Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law, U.S. House of Representatives
- Bryan Bennett, Senior Director, Polling & Analytics, Navigator Research
- Dr. Rakeen Mabud, Chief Economist, Groundwork Collaborative
- Tony Carrk, Executive Director, Accountable.US
- Moderated by Rishi Bharwani, Chief of Staff, The Hub Project
DATE Thursday, February 3, 2022
TIME 4 p.m. ET
WHERE RSVP HERE for Zoom webinar info
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Accountable.US is a nonpartisan watchdog organization that shines a light on corporations and special interests that too often wield unchecked power and influence in Washington and beyond. We conduct investigations and bring attention to our findings to help create an economy that works for everyone, a democracy that functions, and a sustainable environment for future generations. We believe corporations and special interests have too much power and the people have too little. It is our mission to address this imbalance.
About The Groundwork Collaborative
The Groundwork Collaborative’s mission is to advance an economic vision for strong, broadly shared prosperity and true opportunity for all. Visit our website and follow us on Twitter @Groundwork.
About Navigator Research
The Navigator Research project is designed to act as a consistent, flexible, responsive tool to inform policy debates. By conducting research and providing reliable guidance to inform allies, elected leaders, and the press, Navigator helps top leaders in Washington and grassroots leaders around the country shape the debate on the issues that matter most.
About the Hub Project
The Hub Project builds coalitions and provides resources, capacity, infrastructure, and expertise to partners in the progressive movement. With experience in communications, digital, organizing, and research, the Hub brings its skills to advocacy campaigns working to strengthen our democracy, protect access to health care, and ensure the economy works for everyone. They work closely with partners across the progressive movement to add value behind the scenes and propel campaigns across the finish line.